MoneySavingExpert News

September

Guest comment: 'Payday loan ads should be banned before the watershed'

The Children's Society is calling for a change in law to ban payday loan adverts from TV and radio before 9pm

15 September 2014

Phones 4U falls into administration: Full Q&A on your rights

Phones 4U is to go into administration, leaving 5,600 staff in limbo and thousands of customers worried

15 September 2014

MoneySaver wins 'first' bank charges court case since 2007

Oliver Foster-Burnell has won a bank charges case against Lloyds TSB at Taunton County Court

12 September 2014

Energy firms set to tell you about even more cheaper deals

Ofgem plans for energy suppliers to tell customers about cheaper tariffs available from their other brands

12 September 2014

Guest Comment: 1.1m switched bank in the last year

The Payments Council reveals new research to coincide with the first anniversary of the Current Account Switch Service

11 September 2014

Switched energy firm in the past six years? You may be due a share of £153m

Energy customers are being urged to contact their previous gas and electricity supplier to reclaim credit owed

10 September 2014

Giffgaff's goodybags are changing: Are you a winner or a loser?

Giffgaff is cutting both the inclusive data allowance and the price of some of its goodybag bundles from 24 September

10 September 2014

Energy prices to continue rising, experts say

Energy prices are unlikely to rise before December but there is a threat of increases over the next 12 months

9 September 2014

Apple launches iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus - and reveals prices

Apple reveals the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but if you're thinking of selling an older model, prices could soon fall

9 September 2014

Train fare rises to be capped at 2.5%

Commuters in England will be spared some pain of January's rail fare rise after George Osborne announced a price cap

8 September 2014