Broadband, mobile & TV services
As two of the largest telecoms companies in the UK, Sky and Virgin Media offer very similar propositions, including when it comes to their mobile networks. We take a look at the deals from both providers to see what's on offer.
Need to stay connected but no need to be online? We round up some of the best and worst landline deals
EE has become the first mobile network to introduce roaming charges in Europe from January next year, with customers being charged a flat fee to roam in 47 European countries and territories.
O2 has announced it will be introducing a fair usage cap of 25GB when roaming in the EU from August – but not the end of free roaming, yet.
If you're one of the people struggling with a poor connection you may be wondering whether a change is worth it. We asked those who had switched what made them take the plunge - if any of their reasons speak to you, you may find that it’s also for you to to switch provider.
Rollout of gigabit-capable broadband should ensure the UK’s infrastructure can continue to meet the demand for years to come
With international travel now open and the traffic light system in effect, you might be planning a much-needed getaway. We take a look at how to save on roaming costs both in EU and non-EU destinations.
Only a third those who had never switched told us it's because they are happy with their provider
While Ofcom acknowledged that the covid-19 pandemic has significantly impacted providers' call centre capacity, it says adequate measures should now be in place to support customers.
Unlike the price rises announced by other providers, these are baked into consumer contracts - meaning customers have no choice but to pay them, and they happen annually.