TalkTalk will be increasing their prices once again, just 6 months after their most recent price hike took effect.
If you're one of their 4.1 million customers, now's the time to check what you'll pay and make sure you're still on the best deal.
Here's what you need to know:
Standard line rental will go up from £14.50 to £14.95 per month
The good news is that you still have time to jump ship to a better deal without charge before the price increases take hold on 1st January.
However, with Sky and BT both increasing their prices as well in the coming months, you'll need to do the maths before you make the move.
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The new rules will aim to place greater scrutiny on a borrower's ability to repay a mortgage and avoid a return to the reckless mortgage lending levels of 2008. Plans to remove age limits on when a borrower can take out a mortgage are also on the agenda.
The plans put forward by the Royal Institute of British Architects suggest pooling funds from council pension schemes to generate a £10bn housing fund.
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