This evening I heard about a rather interesting mobile broadband deal from Three. Following an purchase of the SIM for £10, which comes with 1GB of 4G data pre-loaded, you’ll then enjoy 200MB of data free every month. There’s no need to worry about exceeding your allowance and running up a bill because […]
Vodafone today announced the Tab speed 6, a 4G-enabled 8-inch tablet that will retail on prepay for just £125, or from £16 per month on contract (with 3GB of data included). The specs provided by Vodafone are pretty sparse (see below), and the selection of images even more […]
It’s been a long time since I last visited Vodafone’s Newbury HQ to talk about the introduction of GSM, and how mobile data might one day become a thing. We’re talking about a time when the company worked out of multiple offices dotted around town. Now the new(ish) campus has […]
The £129 Wileyfox Swift has to be my favourite budget phone of the year so far, so I had high hopes for its bigger brother; The £199 Wileyfox Storm. A great deal of my ‘love’ is due to the use of Cyanogen OS, which keeps things as close to native […]
Before Google officially announced the Nexus 6P at the end of September, I Tweeted about the possibility that it might be a dual-SIM phone, based on seeing twin IMEI stickers on prototypes – a standard feature on all recent Huawei made phones with support for two SIM cards. Two stickers on the […]
Following my news a couple of weeks ago that stated Three would switch on its 800MHz network to launch Voice over LTE (VoLTE) on September 10th (which it did, for Galaxy S5 owners), the network has today confirmed some more details. However, before everyone gets too excited, there’s still […]
It’s now becoming a bit of a tradition, and yesterday saw another day of testing in and around London to see how mobile data speeds are faring, checking how 4G continues to roll out and speeds increase with new technology, but also the impact of more people taking advantage […]
On paper, this low cost 4G smartphone appears to be quite a bargain – but can it really offer a similar experience to any of its more expensive rivals?
No sooner has the Glastonbury themed promotion ended, but EE launches a new one. This time to celebrate Summer.
Introducing the Rook smartphone from EE, one of the cheapest smartphones to bring high-speed 4G access to the masses, and also shipping with Android 5.1 out of the box. It’s on sale to buy from today, but is it any good? I’ve written rather a lot about devices […]