Airline seating is a particularly prickly consumer issue, and any frequent flyer knows that getting the seat you want on a plane can be a frustrating and expensive nightmare. We expect airlines to charge a premium for extra legroom, but many of them now charge extra for standard seating too. The worst offender seems to […]
A big announcement from BSkyB HQ this week, with big numbers attached: Sky now has 10 million subscribers, hitting its long-term target set back in August 2004. According to the figures, Sky is installed in 36% of UK and Irish households, and reaches 25 million people. So there’s a good chance that you’ve got a […]
Ever posted a bad review on TripAdvisor? It’s a pretty satisfying way to blow off steam after a rotten experience, but, while carefully crafting your missive about unidentified stains on the bedding and £25-a-night Wi-Fi, did you consider the possible consequences..? Read the full post at Bitterwallet.
Nuisance calls are a right pain in the earhole, aren’t they? Us long-suffering Brits receive more than 1.5 billion of them every year. That’s around 75 nuisance calls per household. We’re all much too busy with our crushingly demanding lives to be bothering with some marketing drone wanting to know whether we need loft insulation […]