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Budget supplier Iresa has been branded the UK’s worst energy company for customer service, after Citizens Advice Bureau recorded 9,000 complaints per 100,000 customers for the firm between January and March this year.

BT has announced a set of price increases on line rental, landline phone calls, and some pay TV extras to take effect 16 September.

BT has become the first major UK premium TV provider to offer direct access to Amazon’s Prime Video streaming library through its set top box.

Someone owns the copyright on that photo of Grumpy Cat. Ditto the “This is Fine” dog and “Dude Looking at a Girl Who Isn’t His Girlfriend,” before and after you slathered text boxes on them and hit share.

We’ve collected all of the top energy and broadband news stories from last week for you to have a look at:

Broadband giant Virgin Media has decided to bring in a new range of internet packages which will cater towards students.

It’s been a busy week in the world of mobile and broadband. Here’s a quick rundown of the top stories in case you missed any of them.

An ONS report published today has shown that internet use across all regions of the UK continues to increase, with marked rises among certain demographics.

Telecoms operator BT has announced a series of changes to its service offerings in a bid to rescue a customer base increasingly slipping away. 

According to a study by the UK’s communications watchdog Ofcom, significant positive improvements have been made to the nation’s internet services recently.