Mystery Caller: S6, S6 edge and HTC One M9

Mystery Caller: S6, S6 edge and HTC One M9

With each new generation of handset comes a new flagship, this time the One M9 from HTC and the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge. Can the sales staff explain the differences between the new devices?

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Mystery Shopper: Eastbourne

Mystery Shopper: Eastbourne

Each year Mobile World Congress brings a new range flagship from the big manufacturers. Mystery Shopper wants to know what the latest devices from HTC and Samsung have to offer.

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Mystery Caller: Water-resistent phones

Mystery Caller: Water-resistent phones

Mystery Caller has lost his third phone to water damage in as many years and wants a waterproof or water-resistant device for below £30 per month. What can the sales staff come up with?

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Mystery Shopper: Clapham

Mystery Shopper: Clapham

Mystery Shopper needs a device that can survive exposure to water after a few unfortunate incidents. Can the retailers explain what an IP rating is and find a device that can endure a quick swim?

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Samsung Galaxy Note Edge

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge

It has a cool Edge with plenty of innovations including a camera relocated on to the spine and away from the clutter. Could this be a device the company’s boffins have thrown at the wall that will stick?

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Mystery Caller: Phone for documents and social media

Mystery Caller: Phone for documents and social media

Mystery Caller is hitting the General Election campaign trail and needs a phone to share documents and updates on social media. Can our networks tick the right box?

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Mystery Shopper: Swindon

Mystery Shopper: Swindon

The General Election is nearly on us and Mystery Shopper is on the campaign trail. We need a phone good for social media and documents but for under £100 per month

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Google Nexus 9 doesn’t cut corners

Google Nexus 9 doesn’t cut corners

It is smaller than its predecessor but is a HTC device making it a ‘dream partnership’

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Mystery Caller: Handsets for visually impaired people

Mystery Caller: Handsets for visually impaired people

Android and iOS devices both include a range of features for people with visual impairments. Mystery Caller wants to know what these are. Can the CSAs tell him?

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Mystery Shopper: Guildford

Mystery Shopper: Guildford

Mystery Shopper wants to know what features are available on modern smartphones for those with sight problems. What do the sales staff know about accessibility and can they demonstrate it?

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