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We are please to announce that we have made a deal with another carrier supplier and we are now able to offer free call divert to GHANA landline and mobile … Continue reading →continue reading →
A guest post by Mark Selby. Mark is the former VP of Industry Collaborations and Multimedia at Nokia. These days he is a highly sought after independent consultant and speaker who serves … Continue reading →continue reading →
Question: I have finished installing my G2 +44 alarm last week after ironing out the final problems. All works well but I would like it to text me when there … Continue reading →continue reading →
We are pleased to announce the introduction of the latest Sim plan. The One Plan 12 Month SIM Only: 2GB Internet 2000 minutes 5000 texts 5000 Three-to-Three minutes From £20 … Continue reading →continue reading →
U.K.’s First 4G Network, EE, Increases Data Limits By ~60% On Some Mobile Broadband Price-Plans; Still No Unlimited Data Tariffs
The U.K.’s first — and currently only — 4G network, run by carrier EE, has announced it is increasing the size of the data caps on some of its mobile broadband … Continue reading →continue reading →
Britain finally gets superfast phone connections – but it will cost you extra to download hours of television… Everywhere (EE) – the company spearheading the UK’s fourth-generation revolution. By making … Continue reading →continue reading →
“But Vodafone says Ofcom’s approval of a Everything Everywhere’s application to use existing bandwidth shows a “careless disregard” for consumers.” Faster mobile broadband is coming to the UK this September after Ofcom approved … Continue reading →continue reading →
A threat of legal action by O2 has thrown plans for superfast mobile internet in the UK before Christmas into turmoil. Photograph: David Cheskin/PA Plans to launch 4G superfast mobile internet in … Continue reading →continue reading →
Currently, mobile users pay up to 40p a minute to dial the numbers, which are free to call from a landline They are used by many public bodies, including councils … Continue reading →continue reading →
Mobile phone customers in the Isle of Man could see a significant reduction in their bills. The Communication Commission has proposed moves to bring Manx prices more in line with … Continue reading →continue reading →