You’ll probably have heard in the news today that the Government’s spectrum auction is now over. We’re really happy to be able to confirm that we secured 2 x 5Mhz of 800Mhz spectrum which will compliment the 1800Mhz spectrum that we acquired in 2012.
You may have already heard our network news, as it was reported widely in the media last week. But In case you missed it, or want to hear it from the horse’s mouth, we’re making a commitment to offer Ultrafast services (and by this we mean DC-HSDPA and LTE) as a standard feature on all price plans.
Christmas is evolving but is that a bad thing? It’s clear to me that the mobile internet has made a huge difference to the way we plan and enjoy Christmas.
We’ve discovered that these days people send, on average, only 10 Christmas cards, compared to the 40-odd people they will wish merry Christmas to via social media on the their smartphones. Some might think this is impersonal, but I think we wish more people a merry Christmas this way. It certainly saves time on looking up addresses, and money on buying and posting cards.
Since our launch in 2003 we’ve been focused on building a mobile network for easy access to the internet. We’re not afraid to say that we <3 it. Right from the start, it’s what we were built for. And we know you’ve all been chomping at the bit for an update on our network story so without further ado, let me put you in the picture.
Going on your holidays any time soon? Worried that you might need to keep your phone switched off to avoid running up a big data bill? Well, worry no more. From today, just in time for summer, all our Pay Monthly Phone customers will be able to enjoy the best Read More.
It’s that time of year, again. With the long Easter weekend behind us, the summer holidays are almost within touching distance. In a matter of weeks you could be sat on a beach, topping up your tan with a cocktail in hand, just itching to upload a photo to Facebook so Read More.
It’s February, and in the technology industry that means one thing: speculation as to what the year ahead will hold. Will 2012 be the year of the next killer smartphone? Which companies will rise, and which will fall? How will Apple’s direction change without Steve at the helm? And which apps Read More.