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BEN
RIO
AMBER
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You will understand the importance of having a good credit rating
You will understand how phone tariffs work, and how to compare contracts and pay as you go deals to get value for money
learning
You will know how to use internet and mobile banking
OBJECTIVES
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1987
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The first mobile call was made with a phone that weighed approx. 2lb – the same as a bag of sugar
1985
Mobiles went on sale in the UK at a cost of around £1200
mobile
The first mobile call was made in the UK
1983
FACTS
1973
The first mobile went on sale in the USA – it cost around £2500
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Manage your account well!
EPISODE 5 : 5
Get a student account with 0% borrowing
RATING
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credit
Call your network provider
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IF YOU THINK YOU HAVE GONE OVER YOUR CALL OR TEXT LIMIT WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?
question 1
question 2
WHAT SHOULD YOU NEVER APPLY FOR IF YOU ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE WITH MONEY?
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A credit card
GIVE 2 WAYS TO HELP PROTECT YOUR ONLINE BANKING
Report unusual account activity
Don’t write your password down or share with it anyone
False! - because you do not have an asset to sell if you are unable to make the payments.
Make sure your Wi-Fi connection is secure
question 3
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Never respond to calls or emails asking for your security information
If you have a credit card, never miss a payment or pay late
Stability counts when building your credit rating
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A credit card can help you build a credit history, but only if you use it responsibly
online
Make sure your Wi-Fi connection is secure
BANKING
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Don’t write passwords down in full or share with anyone
- top tips!
Keep your operating system and web browser up-to-date
SKIP TO QUIZ
ENTER PASSWORD
Never respond to calls or emails asking for your security information – your bank would never do this
Never leave your computer unattended whilst logged in and avoid public computers when online banking
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Regularly check what is going through your account and report anything unusual to your bank