Tag Archives | 4G

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Are you on 3? You’re now on 4G!

Just a quick reminder for the legions of readers who use 3. If you haven’t already noticed, you’re now using 4G. There are obviously a few caveats. To use 4G, you need to locate yourself within the 36 large towns and cities that have already been provisioned (e.g. London, Birmingham, Manchester, Reading, Liverpool). You also […]

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Neil’s Vodafone experience highlights the problem of inflexible operator logistics

Inflexible logistics are the kiss of death for mobile operators. In today’s always-on, right-FLIPPING-now world, winding up your customers unnecessarily is bad news. Very bad news. Poor Neil Robertson, mobile PR supremo and long time reader has written a blog of his recent experience trying to get hold of an HTC One on Vodafone’s much […]

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I bought a Samsung Chromebook on Wednesday night

I was walking down Chiswell Street in the Square Mile of London when I saw the Currys/PC World sign ahead. “Ooooh, a MacBook!” was the first thought that came into my mind. “Or, maybe not,” I corrected myself. The last MacBook Pro that I purchased was on behalf of a company I was consulting with […]

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Vodafone UK comes out fighting with a 70% discount contract offer for customers upgrading to 4G

No wonder Vodafone has been smiling politely along with it’s other maligned competitors whilst Everything Everywhere has been hogging the 4G limelight. They’ve been hatching an inspiring offer that will, I suspect, create significant havoc for the competition. Have a read of this press release that just hit my inbox: Vodafone is launching its 4G […]

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