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Co-op Energy to hike prices for 65,000 by 5.2%

Co-op Energy is set to raise gas and electricity prices by 5.2% with 65,000 customers to see the rise on 20 August

United Utilities announces hosepipe ban - here's what it means for you

North west of England water supplier United Utilities has announced that a hosepipe ban will start on Sunday 5 August

Switches to small energy suppliers hit record highs amid heatwave

More than 480,000 customers switched electricity supply last month with record numbers favouring small suppliers

BT to charge some 7.50/mth for email - here's how to beat the hikes

BT is set to charge customers with its Premium Mail service a monstrous 90 a year - here's how to beat the charges

Tonik Energy to hike standard prices by 10.8%

Energy firm Tonik Energy is increasing its standard prices by 10.8% in August, adding 106/year to the typical bill

M&S Energy ends partnership with SSE shining a light on its big six tie-up

SSE and M&S Energy have announced that their partnership is set to end in September

The top mobile providers revealed - where cheaper can mean better

Smaller - and cheaper - networks have come out on top in MoneySavingExpert's mobile provider poll

EDF to hike prices AGAIN

EDF has announced it's increasing its prices just a month after its latest hike

Switchable smart meter roll-out could be delayed AGAIN

A wider rollout of switchable smart meters is in danger of being delayed AGAIN

Students may be able to claim 50 TV licence refund

Students across the UK may be entitled to a refund of 50 on their TV licence fee

Watchdog extends new customer ban on troubled energy supplier Iresa

Small energy supplier Iresa is still banned from taking on new customers after it failed to make enough improvements

BT to raise prices AGAIN - how to beat the hikes

BT has warned it's hiking some landline, broadband, TV and Sport prices in September - here's what we know so far

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