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One in three ‘bundled’ customers are still being charged the full price of their contract even after paying off the cost of their handset, research by Which? has revealed.
The trial is currently set to end on 31 October, after which Giffgaff says it may choose to keep or replace the goodybag. Should you sign up? We run through the competition to find out.
In our latest survey, we asked 1,340 people about their mobile network provider and of those that had not switched in the last 12 months, these were the common reasons given.
With many of us spending more time indoors in our homes and changing our habits, it's worth looking at how you can shave a few pounds off our bills including our mobile bill.
Getting a high data sim deal (20 gigabytes (GB) of data and above) is not as expensive as it used to be with many new low cost "virtual network" providers, which use the network of the main four mobile providers (EE, O2, Three and Vodafone) offering ultra-cheap deals.
With many of us following the advice to stay home where possible and, in some cases, having to self-isolate, finding ways to keep everyone entertained has become important in many people's lives.
Tesco Mobile has launched its 5G network with customers being able to access to 24 cities across the UK, including every capital city. The network has also committed to switching on 5G in a total of 50 locations by summer, firmly placing Tesco Mobile in the 5G race.
Mobile phone provider GiffGaff has announced that from the 14th August, it will be doubling the amount of data on three of its 'goodybag' packages.
Which? explains the security behind Apple and Google Pay, where consumer protections like Section 75 apply and what to do if you lose your phone.