We use cookies to allow us and selected partners to improve your experience and our advertising. By continuing to browse you consent to our use of cookies. You can understand more and change your cookies preferences here.

Coronavirus Read our latest advice
New research: EE offers the fastest 4G speeds in Great Britain

New research: EE offers the fastest 4G speeds in Great Britain

New research exploring which mobile phone network is fastest in Great Britain has revealed that EE comes up trumps – offering the highest speeds in eight out of 11 regions...

Vodafone announces £1 PAYG deal: is it good value?

Vodafone announces £1 PAYG deal: is it good value?

500MB, unlimited texts and minutes for just £1 per day sound like amazing value on the face of it, but is it better than similar PAYG deal on O2, EE, Three and Giffgaff?

Loyal customers stung by mobile phone networks

Loyal customers stung by mobile phone networks

New research from Citizens Advice has found that some major mobile phone providers continue to charge customers for their handset even after it’s already been paid for. The analysis found...

Best and worst mobile providers for 4G coverage revealed

Best and worst mobile providers for 4G coverage revealed

New research shows that EE is the best mobile network when it comes to both speed and 4G coverage. On average, EE customers have access to a 4G signal 78%...

Which? reveals the cheapest mobile provider for your top 10 holiday hotspots outside Europe

Which? reveals the cheapest mobile provider for your top 10 holiday hotspots outside Europe

What are the roaming charges outside the EU? We researched 15 UK mobile providers to find the cheapest one 12 of the most popular holiday destinations.

Mobile provider Three fined for 999 call failures

Mobile provider Three fined for 999 call failures

Ofcom has fined mobile service provider Three £1.9m after it identified a weakness in its network that could prevent its users from calling 999.

EU roaming charges scrapped – so what’s the catch?

EU roaming charges scrapped – so what’s the catch?

From 15 June anyone can use their bundled texts, minutes and mobile data anywhere in the EU for no extra charge. The new ruling is an EU regulation, which is effectively a Europe-wide law. This means all UK providers, from the biggest to the smallest, must adhere to it.

Back to top
Back to top