Has your workplace gone mobile, and has it changed your life? And what would you do with a petabyte of data? Tell me your thoughts in the comments or make an outside broadcast on our Facebook page. EE has unveiled a data deal including a petabyte of data for £8m, to attract big business. EE has unveiled its latest 4G deals: including a petabyte of data for £8m. Guess we'll have to update our 4G price comparison.. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
The Alcatel 1010 costs just £5 on pay as you go, Asda reckons it's the "UK’s lowest priced phone," and is "expecting shoppers of all age" to take advantage of the diminutive price tag, You can buy it in case for apple iphone xs max - white branches of the supermarket or online, No minimum top-up is required, so it really does cost just a fiver, The no-frills 1010 is an old-fashioned candybar phone with a traditional 3x4 keypad, Above that is a 1.45-inch colour screen, It plays FM radio and your MP3 tunes, although there's only 3MB of memory, The phone weighs 59g..
Supermarkets are really going for it on the technology front, clearly recognising the public appetite for mobile devices. Tesco recently launched an own-brand wallet-friendly tablet, the Hudl, costing £120 -- or less if you use your Clubcard points. Do you have a cheap back-up phone? Is a phone for a fiver a great bargain or a sad indictment of globalisation? Tell me your thoughts in the comments, or join the queue for the self-service tills on our Facebook page. Following the wallet-friendly Tesco Hudl, Asda is putting Britain's cheapest mobile phone in your basket.
The in-demand mobile sold out two days ago, but this case for apple iphone xs max - white morning the Google Play Store will let you add up to two to your cart for £339 each, but it warns, "Leaves warehouse in 4-5 weeks."If your storage needs are a little more modest, you can save £40 and a couple of weeks with the 16GB version, which ships in 2-3 weeks, Delivery takes 1-3 business days, The less appealing white version, which has the same black front but a snowy back plate, is readily available and should be with you by early next week..
Other options are available, but none are as good value as buying direct from Google. O2 is the only network to offer the 32GB version on a contract, starting from free on a £32 per month total contract (£12 for Airtime service and £20 for the phone). Carphone, meanwhile, will flog you a 16GB model for free on a £21 per month Vodafone deal, but it only gives you 250MB of data -- not nearly enough for this 4G powerhouse. It seems the Nexus 5 is as big a hit as its predecessor the Nexus 4, which didn't offer 4G but was significantly cheaper at launch. Last year's Android flagship was plagued by stock shortages right up to Christmas, after Google and its maker, LG, underestimated demand by a factor of 10.