The "ethical" mobile network could be just days from collapse, affecting thousands of customers. Which? explains what affected customers can do to get the best deal possible.
O2 and Three customers will see their mobile phone bill go up by 2.5% whereas EE customers will see their bills increase by 2.7%. Vodafone has also announced it will raise their prices but will confirm how much on Wednesday 20th March.
If the UK was to leave the European Union with no deal, the popular "roam like at home" legislation, which allows holidaymakers to enjoy the same costs for using their mobile phone abroad as they would at home, would no longer be protected under UK law. Providers would be free to charge what they wish.
New analysis by Citizens Advice shows that over seven in ten mobile customers with a Sim-only plan are overpaying for data they do not use, affecting 12 million customers in the UK.
The latest set of results by Ofcom, which cover July to September 2018 shows that Vodafone has gone straight in as the most complained about broadband and landline provider with Virgin being the most complained about pay-monthly mobile and paid TV provider.
This Black Friday and Cyber Monday is shaping up to be the most competitive in years as many mobile providers slash their prices on their Sim-only mobile plans, which is great news if you're looking for a cheap deal. This round-up will show you the best deals you can pick up for your mobile.
If you're on the hunt for a fantastic broadband deal this Black Friday, our round-up has all the information you need on which providers are offering the best deals.
The latest report by Opensignal shows that EE remains the best network for mobile speeds and signal, winning five out of seven categories assessing the mobile networks performance.
New research from Citizens Advice has revealed that an estimated 4 million people in the UK have been charged for phones they already own, costing consumers a total of £490 million extra on their mobile phone contracts.
Vodafone's broadband adverts have been banned by the ASA after it concluded that its 'speed guarantee' was misleading. Find out what you can do if you're experiencing lower-than-expected broadband speeds.