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Sky internet and pay TV customers should expect to pay more for their entertainment and connectivity from Monday 1 April, as the telecoms provider preps for its annual price hike.

Here’s our roundup of the top energy, broadband, and mobile news from the past week:

EDF has become the second Big Six supplier to announce a bill hike in the wake of the increase of the new price cap.

E.On has become the first energy giant to hike its prices following the raising of the government’s price cap last week.

Here’s a roundup of the week’s top broadband, mobile, and energy news:

Eight households in Papworth, Cambridgeshire are taking part in a trial of Virgin Media’s 8Gbps FTTP.

The government price cap on standard variable energy tariffs has been named as one of the causes for Big Six energy supplier Npower axing 900 jobs.

Telecoms regulator Ofcom revealed that Vodafone and Virgin are the most complained about providers, in their latest third quarterly review.

Last week the government revealed new proposals aimed at promoting smart meter technology for small businesses across the UK.

Our Power, an “ethical” energy supplier backed by the Scottish government, has become the eleventh energy firm to collapse in a little over a year.