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The contract upgrade will be welcomed by customers who reacted angrily when they were unable to end their contract
The teenager is being held on suspicion of Computer Misuse Act offences
Another 28,000 obscured credit and debit cards were also accessed as well as 1.2 million customer email addresses
Disclosure follows hack of TalkTalk - with many customers remaining unsure if they have been affected
The teenager was arrested on suspicion of Computer Misuse Act offences
TalkTalk said that complete credit card details were not stored in its system and that passwords were not accessed
Police are investigating Wednesday's attack, which TalkTalk said had affected its website rather than its "core systems"
Customers have reported attacks on their home computers as well as scam calls by thieves who knew their names and account details
The growth of the market in hacking tools has allowed a new broad base of 'unskilled, entry-level' cyber criminals
The company said it could have done more 'in hindsight'
Don't panic, and be cautious
The hack is the third major cyber attack on the company this year, with customers' information once again apparently being stolen
The phone and broadband provider admitted that hackers may have gotten hold of personal information and banking details
The bank is launching a £3-a-month rewards current account on 12 October that will pay 3 per cent on household bills. Meanwhile, Graham & Brown is offering 20 per cent off all its wallpaper
The UK Council for Child Internet Safety will draw up a list of approved sites offering advice about topics such as sex and drugs