Here’s some of the news you might have missed this week.
Vodafone is today allowing customers to share some of its loyalty rewards with friends and family.
EE has once again top in the RootMetrics network test, an independent company that has ranked EE top for seven years in a row – and now puts EE top for to 5G too.
EE is introducing a new security system to protect its customers from crime, in particular relating to banking fraud.
Vodafone has launched its latest GPS tracking device to help you avoid losing keys, laptops, bags or even cars and people!
A year on from the switch-on of Vodafone’s 5G network, the carrier is now showcasing its first standalone 5G network at Coventry University.
In order to try and help people keep connected, this special promotion means Vodafone prepay customers could get as much as 100GB of data for the price of 20GB.
EE is in the process of updating its mobile broadband plans, including ‘unlimited’ data for the first time.
The first Shared Rural Network site has gone live as Vodafone brings coverage to Devauden, a small rural Welsh village. It marks the first site of many under the £1bn Shared Rural Network programme. All four networks are involved in a joint Government initiative, using mast sharing to bring mobile… [Click for more]
EE, O2, Three and Vodafone will begin the process of re-opening its retail stores from June 15th, however there will be some stores remaining closed and others opening later. In a statement from Vodafone, attached below, some stores inside London will remain closed due to staff requiring the use of… [Click for more]
Sony has had a pretty torrid time of late. The Xperia 1 II may be the phone to turn the tide, with the company having worked hard to improve the camera experience. Given Sony is responsible for making the majority of image sensors used in other handsets, which then go… [Click for more]
It’s one year today since EE officially launched its 5G network at a lavish launch event held on the River Thames. One year on, EE is now available in 80 cities and towns around the UK (see below). Earlier this week, the network made 5G standard on its smart plans… [Click for more]
Vodafone is calling on all of us to search drawers and cupboards for old smartphones and tablets, that can be redistributed to disadvantaged children. Partnering with children’s charity Barnardo’s, the Great British Tech Appeal aims to distribute 10,000 phones and tablets to those in greatest need. Vodafone will cover all… [Click for more]
EE’s annual tariff revision for 2020 will reflect the continued rollout of 5G, as well as the changes in how users need and use mobile data during the lockdown. One of the key features will be a data reserve to keep users connected even after their data allowance runs out,… [Click for more]
If there’s one thing that is rather important when selling phones, it’s having them sold in places where people want to buy them. Oppo has already got a tie-up with Carphone Warehouse, which is great, but getting a carrier on board is even better. According to Mobile World Live, Oppo… [Click for more]
Back in 2017, the Vodafone Foundation developed an award winning app to help you aid cancer research. Now it’s letting you help Imperial College London fight COVID-19. The DreamLab app works by harnessing the computing power of multiple smartphones normally inactive overnight. Instead of sitting there doing nothing while you… [Click for more]
From today, users of the Jubilee Line at and between Westminster and Canning Town stations will be able to use their mobile phone throughout their journey. Of course, there may not be many people travelling right now due to the Coronavirus, but those who have no choice will at least… [Click for more]
Vodafone is using its VeryMe Rewards scheme to offer a series of great deals for customers before Mother’s Day (March 22nd). In some cases you’ll need to act quick, as the numbers are limited or the offer is limited to a single day. First up is a free box of… [Click for more]