Latest news

The first hosepipe ban of the summer is scheduled to be enforced in the north-west of England from the 5th August. 

Co-operative Energy has announced a 5.2% price increase for 128,000 households on its Green Pioneer standard tariff.

BT has joined Virgin in launching a summer line of superfast broadband tariffs for university students, with nine-month, term-time contracts, free access to the BT Sport App, and competitive pricing.

We’ve picked out the most important mobile, broadband, and energy news stories from the last week for you: 

We’ve got your weekly roundup of the most important broadband and energy news stories for you right here:

Hit with sticker shock every time your electric bill hits your doorstep or is withdrawn from your account? You can start reducing your monthly electric bill today, with a few efficiency-boosting, cost-saving measures.

Under new government proposals, new homes in England could be required to include electric vehicle charging points, as part of a series of proposals including similar plans for street lights and a ban on conventional fuel vehicle sales by 2040. 

The UK may be enjoying a lengthy heatwave, but from French-owned company EDF Energy has hit customers the unpleasant news of a price hike.

The reach of 4G is still expanding across the UK, but another more advanced mobile network is already on its way.

Broadband and internet TV provider NOW TV is kicking free anytime UK phone calls into its unlimited broadband and phone line rental bundles.