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An analysis of Ofcom data on the affordability of broadband, mobile and landline packages
Consumers behaviours and attitudes towards smart device ownership
Consumer awareness of the copper telephone network
Should the government change cookies rules?
How consumer choices are manipulated online
Consumer attitudes to sharing their health app data
We explore the benefits of gigabit broadband, and how these affect take-up among consumers
Using a 'gigabit-ready mark' to help consumers identify gigabit-capable broadband packages.
the young may be more open to being swindled on social media
You may not be as good at it as you think you are.
Analysing how likely consumers are to take up Gigabit broadband
All the details about the GigaTAG's work to help consumers and businesses take advantage of gigabit capable broadband
Consumer attitudes to data collection methods for targeting advertising
Findings from a Which? behavioural experiment on fake reviews
Consumer attitudes to data collection and use
Blog post by Katie Alpin, Head of Strategic Insight
Blog post by Laura Holdgate, Principal Policy Adviser, Digital Life
Policy Reports
In August 2020, the government asked Which? (the UK’s consumer champion), the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) and the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) to convene the Gigabit Take-up Advisory Group (GigaTAG). The GigaTAG set out to develop a se