Broadband, mobile & TV services
This Black Friday 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.
Our recent survey of 7,000 broadband customers found that 71% have been with their broadband provider at least three years. Usually when you've spent three years with a provider, any enticing introductory offer will have ended - meaning you've been moved onto a more expensive standard tariff.
Our latest broadband satisfaction survey of more than 7,000 broadband customers found that price increases, slow speeds, connection dropouts and router problems were among the most common grievances across the 12 biggest broadband providers – but some are far worse than others.
Standard broadband customers may be paying more than fibre customers, despite dealing with slower speeds and more connection drop-outs. Pricing analysis of some of the UK’s biggest providers shows that...
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.
New Which? research reveals that over a million homes in the UK are using wi-fi equipment that's woefully out of date. We explain why this needn't be the case, with most ISPs keen to get you onto the very latest equipment.
Our latest survey has found huge differences in the amounts paid by TV & broadband customers - a large proportion of Sky and Virgin Media subscribers paying significantly more for their bundle than customers of other major providers, such as Plusnet, TalkTalk and EE.
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.