Have you been waiting for 4G LTE to arrive in your city since the network was launched back in October? Ahead of schedule, EE has announced that its LTE service is now available in nine new towns across the UK.
Though Samsung’s basically skipped past this year’s CES and chances are MWC will get a similar treatment, you can’t say the company hasn’t been the usual busy bee all through January.
It seems that mobile retailer Phones 4u is ready to move beyond just selling smartphones and tablets, preparing to launch its own mobile virtual network. The new service will be called LIFE Mobile and will utilize EE as its partner.
EE intends to close 78 of their 700 retail stores before the end of April this year, as a result of having too many stores in close proximity to each other.
If you’re looking for a new contract from EE and don’t want to pay for a new phone, then the HTC One SV LTE may be the device for you. It’s free with a new contract.
Virgin Mobile is finally offering the Nexus 4 on their UK network, months later than their rival carriers. They are offering a range of 24 month contracts, starting at £31 a month, all the way up to £44.
Sony’s new flagship, first known as the Yuga and then as the Xperia Z, stopped being a secret a while ago, so you can’t say we’re very surprised to see it on display at CES.
There doesn’t seem to be any information on where and when folks can purchase the Google Play vouchers in the UK. There’s one place on the Web, however, where you can get them for free.
Although it’s hard to single out just one OEM who’s made a mess out of Jelly Bean updates when pretty much everyone has been involved in at least of couple of Android 4.1 snafus, you can’t argue against bashing HTC.
UK mobile users could not have had it better, as the communications regulator Ofcom is set to alter the general conditions that will dissuade operators from indulging in any mid-contract price hikes.