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Think twice before you fire off that “thanks” email. Pointless exchanges are contributing to carbon emissions and climate change, energy supplier OVO has revealed.

More than 100,000 customers switched to a Big Six energy firm from a challenger supplier in October, according to Energy UK.

Mobile operator Three conceded that the rollout of their next generation mobile network is running behind schedule.

Plusnet are giving £75 cashback on their Unlimited Fibre package to all new customers who sign up.

Post Office are giving away a £60 voucher to all new sign-ups on their Unlimited Fibre Broadband package.

Vodafone Home Broadband and Virgin Media are on Ofcom’s naughty list this year, after attracting the most complaints for their service in the second quarter of 2019.

As of 1 January 2020, British Gas pre-payment customers will no longer be able to top up meters at their usual news agent or supermarket, as the supplier ditches PayPoint.

TalkTalk are giving away a handy £50 voucher to new customers signing up to their Superfast Fibre deal.

The European Investment Bank is positioning itself as the world’s first “climate bank” by phasing out its investments in fossil fuels over the next two years.

Renewable-focused challenger supplier Good Energy is to turn its focus towards the business energy market and its Feed-in Tariff (FIT) services, citing fierce competition in the retail market.