EE’s new 4G smartphone costs just £39

EE has just launched a brand new super affordable 4G smartphone named the Rook. The Rook will cost you just £39 if you are already an EE customer but new customers will have to pay an extra £10. The Rook runs Android 5.1, fea...
by Ryan Oneill
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O2 to launch Pay and Go 4G bundle in November

  O2 launches 4G tariff on Pay & Go – available in stores and online from today – with Mobile Broadband launching in November 4G Pay & Go Go Go is the only 4G tariff that gives customers more benefits the longe...
by Dave Thornton
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Sony Xperia Z review

Sony Xperia Z review Key Features: 5in screen (1080 x 1920; 441ppi) 16GB storage (expandable) Android 4.1.2 13 Megapixel Camera Waterproof Price £498 If you haven’t heard of Sony’s new flagship device the Xperia Z,...
by Ryan Oneill
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EE planning to double UK 4G speeds by the Summer

EE is going all out to ensure it has as much of the UK covered as possible with 4G before other carriers start to offer it. As a result they are also about to boost the spectrum to ensure you choose them over the competition. T...
by Ryan Oneill
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EE’s ‘Swap’ gives a lifeline to those with chronic phone changing syndrome

If like me and the guys here at BeginnersTech HQ you have phone changing syndrome then you may be happy with today’s announcement from EE. EE have just unveiled there new Swap programme all UK customers to trade in their ...
by Ryan Oneill
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O2 set to start rolling out 4G beginning August 29th in London, Leeds and Bradford

Here in the UK EE dominate the 4G market as they are the only ones who provide the speedy data service but that is about to end. Starting August 39th, O2 will start to offer LTE in London, Leeds and Bradford with an additional ...
by Ryan Oneill
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WiMAX bring’s 4g to the iPhone 4

One thing the iPhone 4 is lacking at the moment compared to its competitors is 4G speed. Well not any more as Korean Telecom’s new Egg sleeve solves our problem and brings us not only WiMAX but improved battery aswell to ...
by Ryan Oneill
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iPhone 5 won’t work on O2 and Vodaphone’s 4G network’s, Apple would need to release an updated handset

You could be forgiven for thinking that, if you buy an iPhone 5 at launch, when Vodafone, o2 and Three launch their 4G networks in the future that you would have access to 4G. Sadly, this is not the case, and the 4G iPhone 5 wh...
by Jonny Polea
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EE 4G fast approaching 700,000 Subscribers As Adoption Accelerates

The number of subscribers to the EE 4G service has risen to 687,000 as the rate of LTE adoption doubled during the second quarter of 2013.Only this morning I received a call today from EE asking if I would like to ‘Move’ ov...
by Dave Thornton
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