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How drones are taking off for all ages

Flying drones is proving popular with older generations, with new research revealing that one in three drone owners in the UK are aged 55 or over.

Best sausages for your bank holiday barbecue

Sausages are a British favourite and will rightly occupy pride of place on many barbecues over the upcoming bank holiday weekend. If you’ll be cooking for friends and family, we’d...

More misery for Vodafone and EE mobile phone customers 

EE and Vodafone have been rated as the worst mobile phone providers in Which?’s annual mobile phone customer satisfaction survey. Despite being two of the UK’s biggest mobile phone providers,...

Which? Awards 2017 winners revealed

Marks & Spencer, Toolstation and Nationwide have been honoured as some of the UK’s best businesses at this year’s Which? Awards. The awards, now in their 11th year, were announced...

Millions let down by poor broadband service – Which? fights back

A decent broadband connection is considered a modern day essential but a new Which? survey has found that 59% of households – 16 million across the country – experience​​d some...

Which? Awards 2017: shortlisted brands revealed

Which? unveils the nominations for the Which? Awards 2017, including supermarkets, technology and home appliance manufacturers, banks and retailers.

New research reveals the extent of the nuisance calls problem

Nuisance calls investigated by Which?- unique research into more than 7m phone calls reveals the extent of the nuisance call problem. And it's getting worse.

A new simple mobile phone service with a personal touch

New mobile phone provider Fuss Free Phones promises to offer a new simple phone service for people that struggle with the latest technology – we look at what it offers.

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TalkTalk customer details leaked

TalkTalk customer data may be at risk after cyber-attack on company website

Hidden broadband ‘cessation’ charges

We explain why you may have to pay a fee to leave your broadband provider even if your contract has long since run out.

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