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What is data usage?

What is data usage?  When you clicked the link that brought you to this page, your computer, tablet or phone will have downloaded somewhere between 500 Kilobytes and one Megabyte’s worth of data – data which makes up all the … Continue reading

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Pay as you go vs. pay monthly

Would you rather get a free phone and spread the cost over 12 or 24 months, or pay for your phone upfront and rest assured you won’t run up huge bills? On the face of it, that’s the difference between … Continue reading

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What type of SIM card do I have?

A mobile phone cannot be used without a SIM card. Different handsets use different-sized SIM cards, and so it’s best to know which type you have, particularly if you’re thinking of buying a new handset. Read on as we describe … Continue reading

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Tips for Choosing a Mobile Network

Choosing a handset is the fun part of getting a new phone, but choosing a network is far duller. That said, it’s easily as important as your choice of hardware, so you need to give it some careful consideration. Here … Continue reading

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Three To Release a new “Value MiFi”

Three want to be the kings of mobile broadband, and their latest announcement does nothing to hide the fact… Continue reading

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EU to Cap Mobile Roaming Charges

Using your phone whilst you’re on holiday is about to become an awful lot cheaper – we look into the changes being made to mobile roaming charges. Continue reading

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Three Not Happy With Everything Everywhere

Everything Everywhere want to bring the UK 4G, but it turns out that won’t please everyone. What’s the problem? Well, read on and we’ll tell you. Continue reading

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Three are most complained about network in UK

What’s your network provider like? Do you dread calling them every time you have a problem, or do your bills all seem to be processed in some sort of fairy la-la land where sense and reason hold no dominion? Well, … Continue reading

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