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February 2011

Which? responds to ‘up to’ broadband review

Which? says current 'up to' broadband speed claims in advertising are not enough to communicate realistic speeds that can be achieved by a number of consumers.

TalkTalk and Tiscali refund mischarged customers

Thousands of customers who were incorrectly billed for cancelled services by TalkTalk and Tiscali UK have received compensation, following an Ofcom investigation.

Mazda MX-5 Kendo Special Edition

A new special edition Mazda MX-5 will be available to UK customers only in time for the new 11-plate. The Kendo will include a bundle of interior and exterior features with a discounted cost for the extras.

Consumer credit falls by 6% as families repay debt

Fall in store card lending even more pronounced according to new figures from the Finance and Leasing Association

Baby deal of the week: BabyDan stair gate

Which? has been scouring the web again this week for great deals on baby products, and spotted this offer on a stair gate that's worth a look.

Get the best credit card for your Easter holidays

Apply for a Best Rate credit card for overseas use now to avoid credit card charges when you go abroad at Easter

9 ways to save on films, cinema and DVDs

As the Oscars are presented this on Sunday, Which? shows you 9 great ways to cut the cost of going to cinema or watching films at home

Complaints to Financial Ombudsman Service rocket

PPI, bank accounts and credit cards top the complaints league

Which? welcomes ABI investment sector changes

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has today announced that it will scrap its managed investment sectors and replace them with less misleading names.

Northern Rock to offer 90% mortgages

Northern Rock has launched a range of 90% loan-to-value (LTV) mortgages for first-time buyers, three-and-a-half years after the lender's collapse and nationalisation.

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