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EE and Virgin mobile phone users 'unable to make calls'

EE and Virgin Mobile customers are reporting widespread problems trying to make calls today

Slow broadband? Many will soon be able to switch if it's not fixed in 30 days

Proposed rule changes mean big broadband firms will have to let customers quit if they fail to provide minimum speeds.

Theresa May promises to launch energy price cap bill next week

The Prime Minister has promised there will be a draft energy price cap bill next week

Price comparison site investigated over home insurance costs

A price comparison site is being investigated over a potential breach of competition law

Regulator draws up plans for next-day energy switching

Next-day energy switching is in the pipeline as part of a drive to make it easier for consumers to swap suppliers

E.on set to scrap standard variable tariffs for those with smart meters or a fixed deal

E.on has announced it is to scrap its standard variable tariff for many customers from next year

Buying an iPhone 8? Here's our round-up of the best deals

Apple's iPhone 8 is now on sale so we've rounded up the cheapest deals

Apple launches new iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X - prices and cost-cutting tips

Tech giant Apple has unveiled its new flagship smartphone the iPhone X, alongside two new lower-end models

Energy users don't switch because they haven't heard of cheapest firms, MSE poll finds

Not knowing whether the cheapest energy firms are "any good" is why users don't like switching

Millions on standard energy tariffs for over three years

More than a third of UK customers have been overpaying for their gas and electricity on a standard variable tariff

Some EE and BT Mobile customers unable to use free EU roaming

Some EE and BT Mobile customers who fail credit checks can't use their UK allowances when travelling in the EU

iD Mobile to refund customers after wrongly charging for EU roaming calls

Mobile network iD Mobile has been wrongly charging customers for using their phones abroad

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