Mobile Phones

Google is famous for offering the best and this time again it has done the same with its latest smart phones – Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Well, the completely Android phones have the latest version of Android operation system – Android 8.0 Oreo, octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processors and storage space that varies from 4GB of RAM and 32GB or 128GB. The phones are supposed to give tough competition to the iPhone X and Samsung phones. Read on for a quick glance of the salient features, price and functionality: Price: Well, the phones are pricey as they have some of the best features and backed by Google they maintain high standards. The UK prices for the 5-inch Pixel 2 start at £629 for the 64GB model and a tad bit higher that is £729 for the 128GB model. The UK price for the 6-inch version opens at £799 […]

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After the stupendous success of Nexus phones, Google has come up with two more stunning looking phones that have the privilege of using the latest Nougat version of its Android software. Additions to the illustrious list of smartphones, the Google Pixel phones are nothing but royalties. Designed to offer lightning-fast performance, the phones boast of some of the never-seen-before features in the smartphone arena. Even though they lack the much looked after feature of water resistance and are quite pricey, the phones are complete head turners. The phones are considered as the bold products that not only match up to the standards of the iPhone but can also leave behind many of its contemporaries including Google’s previous phones. Marketed as ‘Google Phones’, these smart devices have a full metal body. Now, let’s talk about the screen size. Well, Google Pixel has a 5 inch display while Google Pixel XL offers […]

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Ofcom, the telecom regulator announced a voluntary code earlier this year. It was declared with an aim to keep the customer well informed before entering into the contract. It wanted all telecom service providers to give complete broadband information including actual speed and not theoretical value of possible speed. The signatories are supposed to allow customers to exit the contract if the broadband speed gets lower than the minimum granted level. The latest to sign up with Ofcom is Vodafone. This means that people choosing Vodafone would be entitled to get the specified minimum and maximum download speed and not the probable ‘up to’ speed. Again, as per rules, if the supplier fails to manage the minimum download speed then the subscriber can easily leave within 28 days from the day of notifying the company. Prior to signing up with Ofcom, Vodafone had nullified line rental charges for its new […]

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First of all, let us start with some shocking facts. According to an annual survey at the end of 2015, it was observed that nine out of ten people in the UK pay a much higher bill by being in the wrong mobile contract. Each of them waste nearly £160 a year by choosing wrong mobile deals. It would not be wrong to say that 90% of people in UK are shelling a part of their huge income on wrong mobile contracts. This startling figure points to an urgent need of switching to a better mobile deal. Two of the main reasons mobile subscribers pay extra money are: they are either in contracts that offer them more data and minutes than they actually use or pay extra charges each month by exceeding the contract limit. These two groups of over spenders occupy a big part of the UK mobile market. […]

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What to check before finalizing a mobile deal? Is your mobile is just for talking? Certainly not. Today your mobile phone is your shopping market, connect to your friends on social media, your point for news, personal instructor for health and many more thing. So pick the right phones with right plan needs to list out your purpose against the features and cost. Why you need to switch your mobile or tariffs? Latest technologies making mobile phones smarter and do you like to stay as it is? Definitely not! And many factors affect the price tariffs for text, calls and internets so by switching you can save money or you can have more benefits. Will I retain the number? Yes, Number portability is available while switching to other network so you can switch to other network without changing your number. While switching tariffs within same network, also your number remain […]

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Well, the time has come to upgrade your old phone. Most phones now are 4G enabled, which will allow users to surf speeds greater than non-fibre optic broadband. There are four major networks that provide 4G access, they are O2, Vodafone, EE and Three.  In this blog we look at points to consider when looking to get a new phone. Budget. Smart phones can be purchased online from as little as £30 – £40 to premium handsets like IPhone going for over £600. There are also phones that are premium in build and design that are half the price IPhones. Consider what’s most important to you. Think about what you need your phone for? Will it be occasional use or very frequent use? Will you be streaming lots of data? If you going to be a heavy user than the package price will reflect that usage. If you are buying […]

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