Why are UK carriers selling expensive 4G plans to people who live in places where coverage isn’t solidified?
After a week long delay, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is now on sale in the UK. Here’s a breakdown of the best carrier and unlocked offers for the new handset.
EE, the UK’s largest 4G provider, has just connected up another 18 large towns and cities to its network, which now covers 75 percent of the population.
EE has come under criticism for having new issues with their wireless data usage meters.
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The Sony Xperia Z1 is already available for pre-order in Europe, with some UK retailers and carriers offering free gadgets with each pre-order (QX lens of Smartwatch 2) and free content.
The Galaxy Note 3 is reportedly available from EE retail stores in the UK, although the giant carrier is not listing the handset on its website yet.
Right on schedule, EE has doubled up its 4G network speeds in 12 major cities across the UK today. Time to run some speed tests.
Facebook has decided to hold off the launch of the HTC first in the UK due to poor customer feedback in the US, instead opting to revamp the software.
Virgin Media has revealed its pricing plans for the Galaxy S4. Tariff’s start at £31 per month along with £99 down for the device.