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Save Money On Your Phone Contract

Save Money On Your Phone Contract

by David Tamplin on 1 Apr, 2015

Mobile phones are an essential part of life these days; as well as taking phone calls, we use them to send messages, check e-mails and even run businesses. However, to maintain this, it’s important to most of us to have current, well-supported phones – meaning that when the contract is up, it’s usually time to […]

Laptop Insurance for the Price of a Latte!

by Simon Carter on 3 Apr, 2014

Along with our phones and our TVs, laptops have quickly become the one thing that we can’t live without. If it is lost, stolen or damaged, a laptop can be expensive to replace and most home insurance policies don’t automatically cover expensive electronics. Don’t worry though, UK Money Market have rounded up the best laptop […]

Contactless Credit Cards

Contactless Credit Cards: Are They The Future?

In 2011, fewer than half of the population were able to identify the universal contactless symbol or explain what it means. Research conducted last year showed that 84% of the public now knew what the symbol was, with consumers in London and the North West leading the way. The study also highlighted a shift in […]

The Super-Saving Student In London: Top Tips

The Super-Saving Student In London: Top Tips

London is not a cheap place to live. Whether that came as a surprise to you when you began your life as a student there or not, it can be all too easy to find yourself in a tight spot as far as cash is concerned. These tips are designed to help you save money […]

Millions Of Brits Ignore Bills And Statements

Millions Of Brits Ignore Bills And Statements

Around 6 million Brits (12%) don’t always open important bills or financial statements Many people ignore bills because they “never contain good news” But 25% of those who don’t open bills intend to read them, but forget Nobody likes seeing another bill landing on their doormat – but it seems that many of us can’t […]

Student: Your Guide To A Money-Saving (but fun) Lifestyle

Student: Your Guide To A Money-Saving (but fun) Lifestyle

Get the phone you want The phone you use can shape not only your image, but your social life too. Whether it’s being part of the latest app-lovers group or being able to like and share the internet’s funniest images, your phone can help you get involved. If the financial side of getting a new […]

Making Your Money Go Further In 2013

Making Your Money Go Further In 2013

As the fireworks and celebrations of New Year’s pass, it’s time for many people to start thinking about finances for 2013. Times are still tough economically and after the big expense of Christmas, the year’s early months need to be conducted on a tight budget. So for any households that have put money on the […]

Students Studying Part Time or Going Abroad For Cheaper Education

University fees have hit the headlines in recent years, after the government gave the nod for the full amount to be charged. The expectation was that very few universities would seek to apply the maximum level of fees, so what has happened has been quite a shock to many people. Because of the rise in […]

Save Up To 50% on Moped Insurance

Once a sign of youthful independence and rebellion, the humble moped is now regarded as one of the most economical ways of travelling. Bizarrely, insuring your moped used to cost more than insuring a motorcycle (due to an increased likelihood of theft) but thanks to advancements in security and competition, moped insurance is now cheaper […]

Keeping In Touch With Your Teenager On Their Gap Year

Teenagers are notoriously bad at keeping in touch at the best of times, so what hope do you have if your teenage offspring has jetted off to the other side of the earth on their gap year? Well, with more ways to communicate than ever before, be that via the world wide web, satellite communications […]