Vodafone has announced that it will have exclusive rights to the Copper Gold colour option for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5 in the UK.
AT&T has issued an official statement at the request of the UK Takeover Panel that clarifies that the carrier is not interested in buying Vodafone. Due to a restriction in the law, that means AT&T will not be able to make a bid for at least six months.
O2 and Vodafone have both launched their 4G networks in the UK today, but coverage is very limited compared with EE’s dominant 4G network.
Vodafone UK is now stocking the new HTC One Mini, with prices starting at £33 a month for a 3G handset or £42 for access to 4G data speeds.
The sleek Xperia Tablet Z is now available from the web store of Vodafone UK. Check out the price and all the details after the jump.
Vodafone has announced that its UK 4G network will be online before the end of the summer, finally offering consumers an alternative to EE. O2 and Three are also both planning to bring their networks online before the end of 2013.
Samsung’s Android success story started with a little phone called the Galaxy S2 two years ago, so it makes sense for the Koreans to still care about their first “big thing”.
The stakes are higher than ever for HTC’s flagship, confirmed to be the One and only of its kind, but so far the 4.7-incher looks like it can handle the pressure.
Vodafone UK will soon start selling used smartphones under the “Nearly New” program. The thing is, the discounts they offer aren’t really that tempting. You’re better off going on eBay or Amazon.
As we inch toward a true global conscience, we are increasingly dependent on being connected. Being connected is what defines us, with things like social media, blogs, and news sites. Here in the USA, we are fortunate to have a huge network of connectivity, but are we doing the right things with our network?