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Which? comments on the CMA investigation into the Vodafone and Three merger

Rocio Concha, Which? Director of Policy and Advocacy, said:  “A good, affordable mobile connection is essential to daily life and this merger between Vodafone and Three will have a significant impact on the telecoms market. “There are currently four mobile network operators in the UK – EE, O2, Three and Vodafone – which smaller mobile providers then piggyback off. Reducing the number of network providers from […]


Which? responds to latest Kantar grocery price inflation figures

Sue Davies, Which? Head of Food Policy, said: “Inflation easing is positive, but the reality is that supermarket prices are still rising very quickly when many shoppers are already struggling to make ends meet. Millions of people up and down the country continue to take extreme measures, such as skipping meals, as their budgets are […]


Which? responds to proposed amendments to the DMU appeals process in DMCC Bill

Rocio Concha, Which? Director of Policy and Advocacy, said: “The Digital Markets, Competition & Consumers Bill is set to play an important role in preventing a small number of tech firms from dominating the digital economy, and as it stands, Which? believes it will ultimately help boost investment and innovation in the UK economy. “Which? […]


‘Outrageous’ mid-contract price hikes could leave broadband customers up to £150 out of pocket,  Which? warns

Broadband customers could be charged £150 more than they expected over the course of their contract due to two years of eye-watering price hikes, Which? warns, as the consumer champion campaigns for an end to unpredictable mid-contract price rises in the telecoms industry.  Which? is sounding the alarm on unpredictable mid-contract price hikes as it […]

Which? statement on Tesco financial results

Sue Davies, Head of Which? Food Policy, said:  “As many consumers still struggle to put food on the table, these results show that some supermarkets have done relatively well during the cost of living crisis. While we all want to see British businesses do well, it’s clear they haven’t been feeling the pain in the way […]