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Sainsbury’s to launch own mobile phone network

Possibly with Orange and T-Mobile

On-line mobile industry publication Mobile Magazine has learnt that the supermarket Sainsbury’s could be partnering with the mobile phone network umbrella company Everything Everywhere, to launch their own network in the UK.

Apple iPhone 4S – all the mobile networks’ costs compiled in an easy to read table, for the whole contract duration

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Apple’s new iPhone 4S has just become available to buy and with all of the mobile phone networks. One Mobile Ring has now compiled all the prices and tariff details, for all the networks and for the whole 24 month contract duration  - in the form of a table.

Internet and MMS settings for every mobile phone network

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One of the most commonly sought after items on a mobile phone network’s website or forum is the configuration settings to a mobile phone. These are the settings used to gain access to the Internet from a handset, along with providing the ability to send and receive the multimedia MMS messages.

Weekly Newsletter – 23rd September

The week started with Sky Go reaching a million downloads, the Motorola Atrix mobile phone dropped in price, whilst Carphone Warehouse and Nokia got a new direction by teaming up with One Direction.

Sub £100 Huawei Blaze budget Android mobile phone arriving in October

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At both Phones 4u and Tesco

Well-known maker of low-cost devices Huawei has announced their new Blaze handset will be sold for just £99 next month, with the poplar high-street phone retailer Phones 4u and Supermarket giant Tesco.

Alcatel One Touch 355 comes to T-Mobile

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As a low-cost mobile for one part of Everything Everywhere

Mobile phone manufacturer Alcatel has announced their physical keyboard based One Touch 355 phone has arrived with T-Mobile, in carbon and for just £19.99.

Weekly Review – 11th March

One Mobile Ring started the week off with the mobile phone network Three unveiling 3 HTC devices, whilst an offline radio streaming app came to Android and Three’s pay as you go tariff gained an unlimited data allowance.

Android overtakes the iPhone

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Apple checks out at Supermarket

Mobile virtual network operator Tesco mobile has seen iPhone sales drop in favour of Google mobile OS driven devices, for the first time ever.

WIFI coming to London Underground

TFL Internet access on the Tube

Transport for London has announced they will be trialling out WIFI on the London tube system, starting from November 1st  with the Charing Cross underground station.

Weekly Review – 8th October

This week saw both the biggest news from Microsoft being ratified, along with the most suspected news from Microsoft too – which was both the same piece of news, the launch event for Windows Phone 7 was confirmed.