Dan Howdle is Cable.co.uk’s resident telecoms expert. Dan appears regularly in the UK press to talk about issues faced by UK consumers on matters of broadband, TV and mobile, and has appeared on BBC Breakfast, ITV News, Sky News, and on a number of BBC and UK radio stations.
If you have a question for Dan, you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Is a highly experienced freelance writer and journalist. As well as writing about broadband for Cable.co.uk, Marc has written about a multitude of consumer issues for publications such as The Times, Property Industry Eye, P2P Finance News and many more.
Is a freelance writer and journalist. When she is not reviewing broadband packages or writing guides for Cable.co.uk, Emma writes on consumer issues for The Guardian, Money Observer, Money Week, The Telegraph and many more.
Is a freelance consumer writer, journalist, DJ and vinyl enthusiast. When not spinning discs and worshipping Michael McDonald, Mof writes consumer-focused articles for a number of other publications besides Cable.co.uk.
With many years of consumer-focused writing behind him in the field of videogames, Luke also writes the odd games-focused guide for us here at Cable.co.uk. There is literally no better guy to inform us all of the best broadband connectivity when it comes to gaming and other similar pursuits.
Steve is a freelance tech, telecoms and sportswriter. Formerly editor of tech site Silicon UK, Steve now writes on a variety of consumer-focused topics for a number of different publications, including, of course, Cable.co.uk.
Is a freelance journalist specialising in technology, business and consumer affairs. She has written for the likes of Forbes, Private Eye and AOL to name but three, and has appeared on BBC Radio as an expert in consumer issues.