New research from Which? shows the extent to which broadband providers raise prices for loyal customers.
11 million customers could see savings next year as regulator Ofgem has finalised the figure for the new energy price cap at £1137.
Mobile network provider Three has claimed its new 5G services will be so effective and reliable that households will no longer need their copper and fibre broadband connections.
Here’s a roundup of the week’s mobile, broadband, and energy news:
Chancellor Philip Hammond announced in his 2018 Budget on Monday that rural areas will be the targeted with a fund of “at least” £250m to give access to “full fibre” internet.