Own an HTC One Mini 2, last year’s “mini” version of its flagship? If you’re wondering when your smartphone will get updated to Android 5.0 (Lollipop), we have bad news for you. HTC said on Twitter that the smartphone will not be getting Lollipop treatment. Responding to an HTC One Mini 2’s inquiry on when her […]
We know that the Android 5.0 (Lollipop) update for the HTC One (M8) and HTC One (M7) is just around the corner, but what about the Taiwanese phone maker’s other smartphones such as the Desire Eye, One Max, Desire 816, One Mini 2, Desire 610, Desire 510, and One Mini? An leaked road map allegedly […]
The amber gold (sometimes referred to as the rose gold) colour scheme of HTC’s new mini 2 smart phone has just had a selection of Vodafone deals released, originally launched on EE 4G, T-Mobile, Orange and Three Mobile in July the HTC One Mini 2 gold edition now has even more contract tariffs to choose […]
Do you feel mini versions of flagships such as the Sony XPERIA Z1 Compact, Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini, HTC One Mini 2, or LG G3 S have lost their appeal? Apparently, you’re not the only one who thinks this way, if a report is to believed. The news comes to us courtesy of DigiTimes. According […]
The new HTC One Mini 2 is available in three colour schemes; Gunmetal Grey (Gray), Glacial Silver and Amber Gold and it’s the latter if these very cool models that has just been launched on Three Mobile in the UK. Following launches on Orange, T-Mobile and EE 4G this is the fourth network to pick […]
Most people switch their mobile number between their two favourite networks every time their contract expires.
This allows you to take advantage of 'new' customer deals which are far more affordable than paying upgrade prices.
Porting your number is easy, you simply order your new phone on a different network, make sure you're happy with it and then call your existing network and ask for your PAC code.
You then give this to your new network who will transfer your number across for you within 24 hours.
Upgrade - Same number, same network
If you are in an area where coverage is an issue or have other reasons to want to stay with your existing network then upgrading is one of few options available if you want to keep your number and get a new phone.
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You'll be asked by the retailer during checkout for your existing number which will be transferred to your new phone.
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