O2 has today switched on its 5G network in London, Leeds, Slough, Belfast, Cardiff and Edinburgh, with more cities being covered before the end of the year. O2 recently launched 5G handsets in store and online, as well as joining the Unlimited Data club. Press Release 17 October […]
O2 has today made it four out of four for primary networks offering truly unlimited data in the UK. Three has offered ‘all you can eat’ data for years. Vodafone then joined in earlier this year, followed recently by EE. Starting at £33 per month, on an 18-month […]
O2 is offering a pretty enticing deal right now, with the offer of a Kodak Mini 2 Instant Photo Printer worth £89.99 when signing up on an O2 Refresh 4G tariff of 4GB a month and above. These days far too many people never keep precious (or fun) […]
EE is still riding high in the coverage and performance stakes, as revealed in the latest Open Signal State of Mobile Networks report released today. However, it’s not all plain sailing for the network as Vodafone and Three continue to bite at its heels, with a few joint firsts […]
O2 has announced a completely new range of Flexible Refresh tariffs to their pay-monthly offering. Flexible plans are available across all handsets and tablets. Data allowances ranging from 1 to 50GB will, on selected tariffs with roaming included, be accompanied by an improved roaming offering that adds 27 […]
The widely leaked OnePlus 5 finally become official yesterday, and the high-end handset can be yours a week ahead of time if you’re fast. Fortunately the days of being invited to order a phone from OnePlus are long over, and last year O2 became the official UK carrier […]
Last month, OnePlus made the big league by getting the OnePlus 3 sold on the high-street. Today, O2 has announced it will be exclusively stocking the upgraded OnePlus 3T. The phone, which looks essentially identical, has a few key upgrades that include; 3,400mAh battery (a 13% increase). New 128GB […]
Recently, O2 made the OnePlus 3 available to all. Today, it is offering wannabe hackers a chance to win the phone. There’s no time to waste as O2 is giving people just four days (that’s until the 21st October) to win, so I’ll keep things short and sweet. A formula will […]
It’s a good day for consumers, who will soon be able to buy the OnePlus 3 on the high-street. A phone that many people have probably never even heard of. Plenty of bloggers and the tech press have raved about OnePlus since the company launched with the iconic […]
From July 14th 2016 O2 is extending its O2 Travel service, which gives fixed-price daily roaming in Europe, to 30 new destinations beyond Europe. This means that the £1.99 daily charge for access to ‘unlimited’* data, 120 minutes of calls and 120 texts in Europe, now covers more […]
Earlier this week, I brought up the subject of using data abroad not being like using data at home as a Three customer. I am so happy to have received many comments on my site, and on Twitter, from people who have the exact same experience. The common theme being that certain […]
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 […]
Last year I put EE, O2 and Three to the test in central London to see how 4G was performing. I also tested 3G as not every network was able to offer 4G in the places visited. At the time, Three was yet to launch its fledgling service to the general […]
A crowd-sourced survey conducted by OpenSignal in conjunction with Which?, today reveals the current state of the UK mobile phone network. Based on over 67 million data readings provided by users running the OpenSignal app on their Android or iOS device, the survey also shows that in the […]
Although the Fire phone hasn’t been a runaway success in the US since its release, Amazon is pushing ahead with a UK launch at the end of September with an exclusive deal with O2.
Broadband comparison site Broadband Genie, and PC Advisor, has just announced the results of its 2014 Mobile Broadband Road Trip, and it’s great news for Three!
Tesco today announced it will no longer charge £2.50 extra per month to allow its customers to use 4G on its pay-monthly tariffs.
UK carrier finds loophole to let it increase prices mid-contract Cheeky buggers! UPDATE: Three has issued a statement to clarify its own position: “Your fixed monthly recurring fee from Three will not go up in the minimum term of your contract. We support Ofcom’s approach to fixing the […]
As long as I’ve got my 4G enabled SIM, I’ll continue to do testing as I move around London day and night.
As Three begins the process of activating users for its 4G network, I headed into London to do some speed tests and put Three’s 4G service up against EE and O2, as well as pitting 4G versus 3G.