More roaming changes come as Three modifies Go Roam terms and conditions and introduces daily charges in EU and beyond.
They said it would never happen. It did.
Since leaving the EU, we are no longer duty bound by regulations that protect net neutrality. If we don’t want to go the same way as the USA under Trump, we need to get our thoughts in now to prevent detrimental changes!
Voxi, Vodafone’s contract-free virtual network, is now giving all of its customers access to 5G data at no extra cost.
EE has made some changes to pay-monthly plans, giving new customers unlimited data when their allowance runs out, as well as further benefits to NHS workers. PAYG customers also get access to 4G and Wi-Fi Calling.
Three has today begun on a journey to talk up its strengths and investment, doing away with the long-standing portrayal of itself as a small player punching above its weight.
Vodafone is offering a new flexible mobile plan, with a term that ranges from 12 to 36 months. There are further offerings for combining a fixed broadband solution too.
Vodafone customers using the VeryMe rewards service on the My Vodafone app can now get two Vue Cinema tickets for just £7, and do so every week.
Virgin Media and O2 are uniting with a new joint venture that has now received regulatory approval, allowing the go-ahead of the new business that could start as soon as June 1st.
EE has announced a series of site upgrades that has resulted in it coming out top of almost all comparison tests in a recent RootMetrics survey.
Vodafone and Ericsson will use DJI Mavic Pro 2 drones to speed up site surveys, which will in turn accelerate network upgrades.
On April 12th, retailers in England get to reopen their stores. EE is going to be offering extended hours at many to meet demand, including an online appointment booking system to reduce queuing.
We’ve all been disappointed when our shopping order arrives with loads of substitutions, but thanks to Tesco Mobile some shoppers will now be praying for a substitution…
Phone coverage has always been rather hit and miss when travelling by train, but this latest deal promises continuous 5G connectivity on the Brighton Mainline that runs from London to Brighton.
The initial bidding stage for the Ofcom spectrum auction has taken place, and all networks have gained much-needed capacity for their respective 5G network rollout strategies.
Vodafone is offering its own take on BT’s broadband service, adding a Wi-Fi coverage guarantee and mobile data backup.
Sky Mobile has revealed a lot of customers have accumulated spare data, and now it can be shared with those who might need it more during lockdown.
EE has yet again started the year as the leading UK network in independent testing from RootMetrics.
EE has always had a bold ambition to cover as much land mass as possible. Now it has announced that 94% of roads in England, Wales and Scotland now have 4G coverage – equating to over 322,000 miles of road.