We had a big response when we asked if you still use your landline. It turns out that many of you would be lost without yours – even some who’d rather use a mobile.
How many times has your broadband gone down? What about losing your mobile phone signal when you needed it most? And yet there’s no statutory compensation for all your telecoms services.
Do you struggle to get enough reception just to receive the odd text or call?
As the Queen takes off her crown, exits Parliament and heads back to Buckingham Palace, we’ve taken a look at the Government’s legislative agenda for 2016-17, following this year’s Queen’s Speech.
Do you still use your landline at home to make calls – or are you one of the growing number happy to rely on a mobile?
Customer service shouldn’t cost you a fortune, but some businesses are taking too long to phase out pricey numbers on their customer helplines. Have you spotted any culprits?
Major billing problems have hit thousands of Vodafone customers across the UK. Have you checked your bill?
One sharp-eyed Which? member spotted an unexpected charge on his phone bill for a mobile phone game that he didn’t sign up for…
Last year the telecoms giants Three and O2 agreed a company merger of around £10bn. But today, the regulator, Ofcom, has warned that this merger could damage competition and choice. So could this impact you?
The Budget delivered some wins for our campaigns – a pensions dashboard commitment, action on nuisance calls, and plans to unlock mobile phones. So what do you think of George Osborne’s announcements?
Gone are the days when a mobile phone just made calls and texts, our expectations of what a phone should do are getting higher. So you have to wonder, can they get any smarter?
An Apple iPhone doesn’t come cheap. So you might be a bit miffed if your beloved handset broke. But what if your iPhone was left unusable after updating to the latest software? That’s reportedly happened to thousands of owners of repaired iPhone 6’s.
All of the major antivirus companies offer apps for your mobile device. So should you download one, or is it enough just to have your wits about you?
When you download an app onto your smartphone, do you know what personal data you’re handing over? Anette Høyrup of the Danish Consumer Council has been putting apps to the test.