Did you hear about the great new social network LIFESTER that helps you make the most of your bussines and private life .Through INTENTIONS you can see what your friends are doing at the moment,what their plans are,and join them in any intention you want to.LOCATIONS show you places they are checked in.The new thing is the 10 mile radius search,you will see your friends based on your location from the nearest to the farest.Metting new people has never been easier,check the app and you will see what I am talking about.You can modify the network as you want to.Like a private social network between your closest friends. If you want to invite someone they have the INVITATIONS that shortens your arrange details.I have made a profile on the network,at first I was sceptic but after I saw all the new things it has I was thrilled.I invited all of my friends to start using it and since then we have no problems whatsoever.Arranging partys,studying or any group or individual activities has become really easy so we have a lot more time for other things.I would reccomend everyone to download this great app and find out all of the great things it has brought.
Anyone got any thoughts on 3 Mobile's 3 2 1 Pay and Go price plan? I never text or call, but I use a shedload of data. Well, a very small shed. I currently have some tariff with O2 where I get 500MB of data free for 31 days per £15 top up, but 3's plan offers 1p per 1MB of data, so it seems better in the long run. I never actually use up the 500Mb, so for £5 I'd use that over about two months and then wouldn't have to spent my £15 credit paying £1 a day for data, as I do currently on O2. 3's tariff seems miles better, what's the catch?
I agree with rugbyladosc. Giffgaff IS great. No contract, uses O2 signal.
Pretty random post which I'm sure will get no response but it's worth a shot. Basically the short story is my girlfriend has moved back to the United States indefinitely and has 9 months left on her Three Mobile Phone contract. It's possible to transfer the contract over to someone who is willing to take it, but it's proving eminently impossible to get someone to take the contract. Basic details:
Comes with a Blackberry 9320 (boo I know)
£23 a month, 1000 minutes, 5000 texts, unlimited data. Contract runs to July 2014 and you'd be eligible for an upgrade a couple of months earlier.
It's good if wanted to keep your current phone and take the contract, sell the Blackberry handset (goes for 65-75 on eBay) and use that money to pay for 2-3 months of the contract and then wait it out til your upgrade.
You're in the country for only 9 months (international students?) and need a cheap phone contract.
Or you're in the market for a SIM only deal - which has the benefit of an upgrade at the end of the contract.
If you're interested - please PM me. Apologies to the TSR staff in advance if I have flouted any rules on advertising, but I last posted in 2011!
Upgrading to a new phone soon but I'm really struggling to decide between a Galaxy S4 and an iPhone. Never had an iPhone but I've had an iPod/iTunes for years so am set up pretty well for the music/apps plus it'd mean I don't carry around an iPod and a phone like I do now. Plus not sure if I like iOS7. To be honest though I hate the look of the iPhone 5. The 4 was amazing in comparison, far too long and thin!
However the Galaxy S4 just seems so much better, it has some great features and seems like pretty much the best phone out there, despite the iPhone 5s/c being released. Is it true about the Galaxy 5 being released January next year though? Because if I upgrade to a new 2 year contract halfway through November (Contract ending December) Yeah, I'll be annoyed then!
Anyone had experience of Virgin? was thinking of getting their deal where you get unlimited everything on a 30 day contract for £15. seems good
This Christmas will mark my first foray into smartphones (after ten years of reliable old Nokia's). I've never used a touch screen phone before so I'm going for a 'budget' smartphone (also because I don't really want the biggest and best). The three I've got written down are the Nokia Lumia 625, Sony Xperia M and the HTC Desire 500. I've also only ever been on PAYG (but have been on a monthly top up).
I picked what I thought was the best tariff for each of those three to help me decide which one to go for because they're fairly similar in terms of their specs (only looking for a tariff less than £25 a month)
Nokia Lumia 625 (1000 mins, Unlimited texts, 500MB, EE, £18.99 per month, 4G)
Sony Xperia M (300 mins, Unlimited texts, 500MB, O2, £17 per month, 3G)
HTC Desire 500 (600 mins, Unlimited texts, 500MB, Vodafone, £21 per month, 3G)
I have a decent sim-contract on my Blackberry. I am wanting to get a new BB handset and I don't know which would be better out of the Q5 or the Z10. My budget is £200 and I don't want the Q10. Both phones seem to have the features I want but which one is better overall? Price-wise they are both similar at around £180 for the handset. At the moment I have an old curve and I do love having the actual physical keypad rather than all touch-screen but I also want fast browsing. I only really use my phone for receiving e-mails and browsing. My sim-contract is £10 which has unlimited texts, 300 minds and unlimited BB web which is why I want the BB handset.
The deal I got was good I found a simple comparison site called oursecretstyle.com got a 5C in white! Found a fix for my wife's iPhone 4s wifi greyed out problem