ScottishPower has announced a reduction in its standard domestic gas prices of 4.8% from 20th February.
Nearly half of consumers didn’t switch any of the 10 most popular financial and household utility products in 2014
Loyal consumers could be wasting billions of pounds by sticking with the same financial services and household utilities providers year after year.
Switching energy supplier could save many people around £300 – and some could save more – off their bills, and it’s now quicker to do than ever before.
E.ON has announced it will reduce its standard gas price by an average of 3.5% with immediate effect. This is equivalent to two weeks' gas use or £24 off an annual gas bill. E.ON has also launched the UK's cheapest energy tariff, a one-year, dual fuel fixed product that is available from today and is open to new and existing customers alike.
EE, the UK’s largest mobile operator, added a record 5.7million customers to the 4G network in 2014, with 1.7 million in the last two months alone.
Despite almost three quarters (72%) of Brits having had home broadband for more than five years, 6.6million people (30%) have still never changed broadband providers.
TalkTalk has acquired the blinkbox Movies business and the Tesco broadband and fixed line voice base from Tesco Plc. The assets have been acquired free of debt and as a single transaction for cash.
As energy companies fail to pass on wholesale price cuts, Gocompare.com suggests that consumers take advantage of a fixed tariff ‘price war’ to guarantee their own savings.
As 2014 draws to a close, more than a third (35%) of us will be facing January with a financial hangover, having over-spent at Christmas by an average of £207.
Challenger energy supplier Extra Energy has made a bid to take the New Year number one spot for the cheapest dual fuel energy tariff by launching two best buy table topping deals.
The average UK household will spend a staggering £713,232 on bills and living expenses over a lifetime, according to analysis by uSwitch.com.
Co-operative Energy gives households across the country another reason for festive cheer today as it launches the nation’s market-leading energy tariff.
Brits hell bent on bagging a sale bargain ended up wasting a huge £865 million over the last year on botched sales purchases they later regretted, finds MoneySuperMarket.
A quarter (25%) of UK adults plan to reduce their spending in 2015 as they expect next year to be harder on their personal finances, according to research released by the Money Advice Service.
Citizens Advice is calling on all energy companies to give prepayment customers a ‘debt holiday’ this winter.
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