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April 2009

Carmakers confirm scrappage discounts

Which? reviews carmakers' positions on the newly announced scrappage scheme

BT launches new mobile broadband internet service

BT launched its new mobile broadband service today. The telecoms provider is offering 1GB data usage each month for a one-off £49.99 fee to new fixed-line broadband customers signing up on an 18-month term.

Child car seats: VAT cut for Isofix bases

The VAT payable on Isofix bases for child car seats will be cut to 5% in July, clearing up what campaigners have described as a ‘tax anomaly’.

Orange launches Orange Vegas mobile phone

At £48.50, the newly launched Orange Vegas is the UK's cheapest full touchscreen mobile phone

National flags allowed on car numberplates

A change in the law means motorists in England, Scotland and Wales can now display national flags on their numberplates.

Bay Trading placed in administration

Fashion retailer Bay Trading has been placed into administration, placing 1,000 jobs at risk

Stephen Fry uses Audioboo – will you follow?

AudioBoo, an Apple iPhone app that lets you record short messages and post them online, looks set to benefit from the 'Steven Fry phenomenon' which saw celebrity microblogging drive Twitter into the mainstream.

Citroën Nemo Multispace MPV

The Nemo Multispace MPV offers plenty of interior space for a budget price.

Blackwell introduces book printing on demand

Bookseller, Blackwell, has unveiled the Espresso Book Machine, which allows customers to print books on-demand in around five minutes

3 mobile offers unlimited Skype sim for £2

Mobile network 3 has opened up its UK mobile network to allow anyone with a 3 mobile sim card and a compatible 3 mobile phone.

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