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November 2009

Latest Euro NCAP crash tests spring surprises

Euro NCAP has announced almost every car tested in the latest November 2009 round of crash tests scored top marks – but there is one big surprise.

Apple iPod Touch bundled with MiFi on 3 network

Mobile network 3 has announced it will now offer the iPod Touch bundled with its 'MiFi' mobile Wi-Fi wireless modem.

Co-Operative launches 5% fixed savings

The Co-Operative Financial Services (CFS) has launched a new market-leading savings bond that offers customers a fixed rate of 5% for three years.

Energy price investigation demanded

Consumer Focus is calling for an investigation into whether energy companies like British Gas, Npower, Eon, Scottish Power, EDF, and Scottish and Southern are failing to pass on reductions in wholesale energy prices to gas and electricity customers.

Average water bill to fall over next five years

Water bills will drop by an average of £3 over the next five years following regulator Ofwat’s announcement to water companies of its final decision on prices.

Homebase offers free insurance for large buys

Homebase is now offering automatic free prepayment insurance to all customers buying big-ticket items for home delivery.

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Bank charges update: All is not lost

The Supreme Court bank charges ruling will affect millions, but some consumers in financial difficulty may be protected from future charges.

Carphone Warehouse and Phones4U remove Satio

Mobile phone sellers remove Sony Ericsson Satio smartphone from their shelves following complaints from customers about the phone's software

New MG family car breaks cover

Which? takes a look at MG's new family car, due in the UK before the end of 2010. The MG6 will be a fastback but with room for five adults.

Apple iPhone 3GS to be sold by Tesco Mobile

Tesco Mobile is to join O2, Orange and Vodafone as a provider of the Apple iPhone, according to an announcement earlier today.

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