Broadband, mobile & TV services
After raising the prices of its Daily and Weekly Sports Passes by £2, NOW TV has increased the price of its Sky Cinema Pass from £9.99 to £11.99, effective as of the 3 April. This price rise has affected both new and existing customers. We take a look at the best deals and whether it's worth switching away to a rival.
The latest report by mobile analytics company, Opensignal has found that EE has opened a significant lead in terms of the mobile experience of its users, particularly when it comes to download speed, where its scores were 20% faster than its closest rivals.
One in six Virgin customers said they had been left with no connection for hours or days at a time.
In our latest survey, we've found that the customers with the biggest broadband providers are the least likely to be satisfied.
A new code of practice from telecoms regulator Ofcom have now come into effect, requiring broadband providers to clearly tell customers how fast their speed will be before they sign...
Sky is raising prices starting from April this year, with broadband, television and phone calls all affected. Find out whether you're set to be hit by a price rise and what you can do about it.
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.
When we surveyed 2000 people about whether finding a new partner or switching broadband was trickier, we were surprised by some of the results
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.