Category Archives: Consumer News

Early Exit Fees Title - Should You Switch Gas & Electricity Supplier?

Early Exit Fees – Should You Switch Gas & Electricity Supplier?

When most of us come to the end of our Gas and Electricity fixed rate deal, we search the market to find the best deals available. Sometimes these deals come with early exit fees attached, often up to £60 for dual fuel tariffs.

Wealthsimple UK Pension SIPP

Wealthsimple Launch UK Pension

Wealthsimple have become the latest UK robo-advisor to add a pension product to their offering.

The new SIPP from Wealthsimple comes with no minimum investment and unlimited human investment advice at no extra cost. The fee structure is also simple at 0.7% for balances under £100,000 or 0.5% for balances over this amount.

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Get Sky Sports for £5.99 a Month With Now TV

Have you dreamed of being able to watch Sky Sports every month but just can’t afford it?

EE Introduce New ‘Anytime Upgrade’ Plans

EE Introduce New ‘Anytime Upgrade’ Plans

Mobile provider EE seem to be on a big push to win your business at the moment, with their latest package benefit appealing to those who like to get the latest phone as and when it hits the stands.

Basic phone with text what is a dumbphone

What is a Dumbphone and Why Would You Want One?

With mobile phones getting ever ‘smarter’ by the day, it may come as a shock to learn that sales of so-called ‘dumb phones’ are now on the rise. So what are dumb phones, where can you get one and why might you want one?