New rules come into force tomorrow that allow you to escape from phone and broadband price hikes by ending penalties.
New plans from Ofcom aim to let you duck out of your phone contract early if the price is raised.
O2 is adding 3.2 per cent to your monthly bill from February next year, but the small print forbids you from breaking your contract.
Movie-rental service says it laments customer backlash to upcoming 60 percent price increase, but says it could help company generate $1 billion in quarterly revenue for first time.
Two separate polls show between 30 and 41 percent of Netflix users have already canceled their accounts or will soon in protest of new price hikes. What will you do?
Orange will be hiking its prices by 4.34 per cent from January, and says customers may not opt out of their contracts.
Sophos' senior technology consultant has urged PlayStation Network users to change their passwords, audit their bank and email accounts and cancel their credit cards.
This week Maggie Reardon offers her perspective on whether disgruntled T-Mobile customers will be able cancel their T-Mobile contracts after the AT&T merger is finalized.
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