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Mystery Caller: prepay phone for under £100


With Christmas fast approaching, Mystery Caller is on the lookout for a present for her mum – a prepay phone costing around £100. Can the networks help her find the perfect gift?

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Orange worst in customer service with below average satisfaction score


The operator scored 67 per cent in overall satisfaction, with failings in areas including usefulness of information or advice given Read the full story

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Orange and T-Mobile attract most customer complaints


The EE brands both generated higher than average numbers of complaints from customers, while O2 retained its position as the least complained about mobile provider Read the full story

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Orange launches roaming top up card for France


Operator’s new offer will give tourists 120 minutes, 1,000 texts and 1GB of data from mainland France to the rest of the world for €39.99 (£33) Read the full story

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Mystery Caller: Apple iPads


The iPad Air and iPad Mini with Retina have arrived and Mystery Caller has decided she wants one. Can the networks help her decide between the devices and suggest a good value plan?

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Android increases dominance in tablet market, Orange finds


Samsung’s market share in the tablet market has risen from six per cent in 2012 to 19 per cent currently Read the full story

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Mystery Caller: Bundled minutes


Mystery Caller’s mother has cancelled her contract after finding she didn’t have enough bundled minutes. As she requires voice rather than data will the networks find a good-value solution?

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Mystery Caller: Phablets


Mystery Caller has grown tired of straining her eyes looking at content on her five-inch phone and wants something bigger. With a number of phablets now on the market, can the networks help?

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Mystery Caller: Apple iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c


Apple’s latest offerings have caught Mystery Caller’s eye, and the operators’ growing 4G networks haven’t escaped her attention either. Can the networks help nudge her towards either an iPhone 5s or iPhone 5c?

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Mystery Caller: Mobile Wi-Fi solutions


Mystery Caller is moving but wants to stay online while her new pad is kitted out with fibre broadband. Can the networks offer a mobile Wi-Fi solution at a reasonable price?

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Can anyone tell me where these phones are manufactured?...
EE sounds to me like they're caught up in their own marketing self-importance hype. I looked through their price plans, and almost all 4G tariffs come with pitiful data allowances (500MB and the ...
Damn 32GB of memory...
I am so happy to find out today that, I have the pleasure to go and see Ed at Wembley!!!...
I doubt the competition commission would approve Vodafone buying EE. It would give them a huge marketshare in the UK market....
Totally agree with article and they are still doing it!!! The call you pretending to be Orange and get you to upgrade. I did this and then they didn't send phones or sim or any contract whatsoeve...
Why don't Vodafone buy it? EE is the best network in the UK by far...
I am on ee I have never got a 4 g signal yet, further to this my fb is most of the time not functioning, as it hovers with "connecting" forever, I have to wait till I get home to connect to my vi...
Problem is that the tecdesk 5500 is £270 trade cost which is ridiculously expensive....
please can 128gb fit in samsung galasy k zoom mobile????...

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