The Keep Me Posted campaign is always happy to talk to media.

Our spokespeople are available for comment and we can also provide case studies from members of the public who have been affected by businesses and other service providers not giving them a clear choice over how they receive their bills and statements. 

You can call the team directly on the details below or email us on If emailing, please provide full details of your enquiry and your contact details. Alternatively, you can read all our current releases in the ‘News’ section. 

Telephone: 020 7449 8259


Latest Press Releases

All Press Releases
1st May 2014
The Keep Me Posted Campaign has gained the official support of a fifth of all elected representatives, less than a year after its launch.
26th Feb 2014
BIG WIN FOR CONSUMER CHOICE AS PRINCIPALITY BECOMES THE FIRST BUILDING SOCIETY TO ADOPT THE KEEP ME POSTED PLEDGE  Principality, the UK’s sixth largest Building Society, has become the first financial services provider to adopt the Keep Me Posted pledge, which will protect  the right of its 500,000 customers to receive paper statements without charge, a move that will strengthen the choice of its customers in how they are communicated with.
22nd Jan 2014
Over a quarter (28%) of people with a UK mobile phone contract, have been surprised in the last year by the cost of their bill, according to research by the Keep Me Posted campaign. 65% of consumers feel that the inclusion of a free itemised paper bill is the basic right of paying customers, echoing the Keep Me Posted campaign’s belief that companies should be obligated to offer their customers the option of free non-digital communication. Almost half (47%) of all contract-holders would like to receive itemised paper bills as standard – a facility which is not available from most mobile phone providers.
25th Nov 2013
THE KEEP ME POSTED DEBATE CONTINUES IN HOUSE OF LORDSThe Keep Me Posted campaign takes its fight to the House of Lords today as peers debate the issue of how customers receive their bills. In the House of Lords’ Main Chamber, Baroness Oppenheim-Barnes will lead a debate to highlight the issue of vulnerable consumers who are being charged for receiving bills and statements through the post. The debate is intended to convince the government of how widespread and unfair the current situation is and urge the Government to act to protect vulnerable customers.