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  • How to stop nuisance calls

    Calls about payment protection insurance (PPI) compensation and financial awards for personal injury claims are exceptionally annoying - especially if you’ve never had a credi

    Anita Shargall

    Updated: 21 August 2015

  • Now it’s easier to check your mobile phone coverage

    Convinced you live in a mobile signal blackspot?

    Anita Shargall

    Updated: 21 August 2015

  • Trade-in your old phone for an Argos voucher

    If you’ve got an old mobile handset sat in a drawer at home, you can now trade it in at high street retailer Argos in exchange for a voucher to spend in store.

    Anita Shargall

    Updated: 29 July 2015

  • Could you save with the new iD mobile network?

    Carphone Warehouse has entered the mobile phones market with a batch of 4G contracts, under the iD brand, that include automatic caps to prevent you busting your data allowanc

    Anita Shargall

    Updated: 13 May 2015

  • It'll soon be easier to work out the cost of premium rate calls

    Telecoms watchdog Ofcom has announced plans for fairer and more transparent pricing for people calling 08, 09 and 118 phone numbers.

    Anita Shargall

    Updated: 29 April 2015

  • Unlimited calls, texts and data for £12 - and a catch

    TalkTalk has just launched the market's lowest priced unlimited SIM-only plan, meaning all the streaming, calling, surfing and texting possible, for £12 a month.

    Anita Shargall

    Updated: 28 April 2015

  • EE Customer? You may be due a refund

    A technical glitch with EE’s billing system has meant some customers will be in line for refunds of up to £80.

    Anita Shargall

    Updated: 20 January 2015

  • What does the BT/EE hook-up mean for you?

    BT has bought Britain’s biggest mobile network group, EE, after agreeing a whopping £12.5 billion price tag.

    Mark Hooson

    Updated: 18 December 2014

  • Mobile data packages: Does size matter?!

    Mobile data and how much you need of it is something of a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma (we’re sure Winston Churchill would have said). So we’ve broken it dow

    Anita Shargall

    Updated: 29 October 2014

  • More banks back Paym pay-by-text service

    Using a mobile phone to text money to others is becoming increasingly popular as more banks adopt Paym, the facility introduced by the Payments Council in April as a universal

    Mark Hooson

    Updated: 15 October 2014

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