Thinking of upgrading your phone or are you thinking of upgrading your contract? Confusing isn’t it?! Read on for an explanation of both as well as to learn the cheapest way to upgrade your phone … What is an upgrade? The word ‘upgrade’ when related to mobile phones is often misunderstood as there are two […]
Staying with your current network provider and keeping your mobile number is most people’s preferred way of buying their new phone, however judging by the upgrade prices offered directly by the networks you would think they don’t mind losing your business! Very rarely do we hear a ‘good news’ story from customers who have negotiated […]
MOTO G Ugrades to MOTO G4 The 4th generation MOTO G has now landed in the UK and has been renamed for 2016 as the Motorola MOTO G4. Known for offering higher specifications at a budget price tag, the MOTO G range offers great value for money and the new 4th gen 2016 edition G4 […]
Samsung’s New S7 in Rose Pink Gold A fifth colour scheme of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S7 has now launched in the UK, joining the black onyx, white pearl, gold platinum and silver titanium editions is the brand new rose pink gold finished in a stunning rose gold ‘mirrored’ glass casing. If you’ve ever seen a […]
Rose & Lime Gold Xperia XA Get New Deals The Xperia XA from Sony has just been released in a brand new colour scheme, the new rose gold edition joins the original black and white models whilst the lime gold version now has upgrade deals available. The new Sony Xperia XA rose gold can now […]
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