How do you normally pay for things while on holiday abroad?

The summer hols are only a few weeks away - and that means thousands of us Brits will be heading overseas, This week we want to know how you normally pay for things when you're on holiday overseas. Do you stick to cash, or do you think a credit card gets you more bang for your buck (euro, or dong)? Let us know in this week's poll.

How do you rate your mobile network's service and coverage?

We want to find out how each provider rates for service (how it treats you) and coverage (how strong the signal is when you need it). In truth, there are only four main networks providing signals – the rest use these, but under their own brands (see our Mobile networks guide for who piggybacks on who). Please rate the firm that provides your mobile phone bill (if you've switched networks recently, please rate the provider you were with the longest over the last year).

Have you changed your driving habits due to soaring fuel costs?

As petrol and diesel prices soar, hitting records of 185p and 191p per litre respectively, we want to know if you and/or your family have had to change your driving habits in response...

Have you changed the amount you're paying into a pension because of the cost of living crisis?

Soaring inflation means we now need to spend more just to pay bills and put food on the table. This week, we want to know if the cost of living crisis has impacted the amount you're able to save into your pension.

When did you last use your bank branch?

Whether it's down to customer behaviour, cost-cutting or both, banks are closing branches left, right and centre. This month alone, Lloyds Banking Group and Barclays have announced the closure of more than 50 branches, while TSB has has already closed 44 branches so far this year and plans to close a further 26 in June. So this week, we wanted to know when you last used your main bank's branch. We last did this poll way back in 2019, so let's see if things have changed.

How did you buy your mobile phone?

Mobiles are often pricey, but some ways of buying them are more MoneySaving than others. So this week, we want to know how you purchased your phone.

What is it appropriate to borrow for?

The cost of living crisis has, sadly, left many needing to borrow more to make ends meet. This week, we want to know if it has also changed attitudes about when it's right or wrong to borrow. We've listed 22 options and want to know which you feel is appropriate to borrow for, or if it's appropriate to borrow at all. We've included some disguised lending, such as paying for your mobile phone or car insurance monthly – in effect a loan.

How much do you spend on birthdays each year?

Martin celebrated his landmark 50th birthday this week, and naturally we celebrated by updating our Birthday freebies guide – a round-up of the best goodies you can claim on your birthday. While another trip around the sun is a perfect excuse to treat yourself and others, the cost can really add up. With as many birthdays as there are people in our lives, it leaves us wondering, how much do you spend on birthdays each year?

When did you last switch your bank account?

Competition's been fierce in recent months, with 'bribes' of up to £175 offered to those willing to switch. So whether you wanted better service, interest on your savings or just free cash – tell us when you last switched? Or if it's been a while or you've never done it, tell us why.

Have you switched off your central heating?

Soaring energy bills and warmer spring weather have seen many turn off their heating in recent days and weeks. This week, we want to know if you've turned off your central heating yet, and if so, whether it was mainly down to weather or cost?