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Nimble start for Telef�nica Digital
Rolling new services out quickly on to Telef�nica's networks will be the key to driving revenues for the fledgling unit, a key concern for some at Digital's first ever analyst day on Thursday.
Telef�nica Digital signs deals on direct carrier billing, financial services  Mobile Payments Today
Facebook, Google, Microsoft and RIM roll out Telef�nica direct-to-bill m ...
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Packaged accounts: What exactly are customers paying for?
... to have pointed out the pitfalls of these accounts. Which?, for example, has also branded them poor value for money for many customers.
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Five ways to improve your student finances
As the summer holidays begin, this year's crop of school-leavers will be looking toward university. But continued inflation in food and rental prices, as well as rising tuition fees, mean that they might need to spend this summer thinking about how to ...
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Labour calls for end to pensions rip-off
It's not just working families today that are taking a hammering from the government. It's tomorrow's pensioners too. Hard-pressed families have so little to make ends meet these days that convincing them to save for pensions is hard.
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Pension charges are only part of the problem
My company pension statement arrived last week and it didn't make for happy reading. For all the money the Telegraph and I contributed into my defined contribution (DC) pension scheme, I didn't get back what I put in - I ended the year �10 down.
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Over-75s hit by falling incomes, Aviva says
This is because people between the ages of 65 and 74 have been working beyond their retirement age and therefore have been able to save more.
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Andy Carroll can be a loan star - Jamie Redknapp
Andy Carroll has a lot to offer. He's 23 and reminded us when he played for England against Sweden what he can do when he is on top of his game.
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VAT probe puts taxman on collision course with businesses
The UK's largest companies paid out a combined �1.34bn following HM Revenue and Customs investigations into VAT avoidance in the 2010-11 tax year, more than treble the �443m equivalent in the year before.
HMRC pays hundreds of thousands in bounty payments to members of the ...  This is Money
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Ehud Olmert hints at political comeback
The prosecution's case rested on two principal charges accusing Mr Olmert of double-billing charities for overseas fund-raising trips and taking bribes in the form of cash stuffed into envelopes from an American businessman.
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