Samsung Galaxy S3 from only £21.67 a month


Our most popular Galaxy S3 deal is £26 a month on Orange and it comes with 4 months free by redemption, effectively costing £21.67 a month over the 24m contract. There are several tariffs available at this price offering up to 400 minutes a month or 750MB data.

The Samsung Galaxy S III (Galaxy S3) is the flagship device for Samsung. It was 2012′s most popular Android phone and our top-seller so far in January.

If you have been away from the phone and missed a call or incoming message then the Galaxy S III knows and will give you a nudge by vibrating. Voice activated commands are also present and you can even use these to take a picture on the impressive 8 megapixel camera that can take a burst of 8 images to allow you to choose the perfect shot every time.

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iPhone 5 now free from just £36 a month


At just 7.6mm thick and weighing 112g the iPhone 5 is 20% lighter than the 4S. The new 4 inch Retina display is longer, not wider, so now there’s a 5th row of icons on the homescreen. The iPhone 5 has the latest A6 quad-core chip delivering 2x faster performance compared to the A5 chip on previous models.

The camera on the iPhone 5 now has a hybrid IR filter, 5 elements lens, f/2.4 aperture and precision lens alignment. The 8 megapixel camera also has a panorama mode. You can take a slow sweep of the landscape and the iSight camera combines the images to create a stunning 28 megapixel panoramic photo. Video records at 1080p HD and includes face detection for up to 8 people. There’s also a front facing 720p camera for use with FaceTime.

iOS 6 has more than 200 new features, the Maps app is now Apples own and it includes fantastic 3D detailing, turn-by-turn navigation and Flyover allowing you to get a bird’s eye view of major cities and landmarks.

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Free Samsung Galaxy Note II – Compare deals


The Samsung Galaxy Note II continues the large screen and stylus pairing with a stunning 5.5 inch Super AMOLED display and a newly improved S Pen. The screen has a ratio of 16:9 and a 1280×720 resolution making this a superb phone for watching movies or web browsing. The 1.6GHz quad-core processor and 2GB RAM ensures no matter how data hungry the visuals are, the Galaxy Note II can handle tasks with ease.

The S Pen gives users a fantastic input method with a natural ergonomic design and a nifty eraser on the end so you simply switch the pen round to erase any mistakes. Additional features of the stylus include Air View that previews messages and videos by simply hovering the pen over them or Quick Command that is a simple gesture to open your favourite most used apps.

The 8 megapixel camera includes image stabilisation, touch focus and face and smile detection as well as HD video recording at 1080p. 4G, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS are all on board as well as NFC and DLNA ensuring there is no end to the connection options. Multimedia is fantastic on this phone thanks to the stunning screen and the Android 4.1 OS delivers a number of pre-loaded apps as well as access to the Google Play Store.

The Samsung Galaxy Note II combines everything you need from the best of Android smartphones and places it on a big screen with a powerful processor making this the ultimate smartphone for those that love the latest and best features.

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Compare iPhone 5 deals on all major networks


We have hundreds of iPhone 5 deals for you to compare.

If you prefer a free iPhone 5 then it will cost you £46 a month on O2 or £47 or Vodafone. Both of these tariffs comes with loads of minute and 1GB internet data.

At just 7.6mm thick and weighing 112g the iPhone 5 is 20% lighter than the 4S. The 4 inch Retina display is longer, not wider, there’s a 5th row of icons on the homescreen. The iPhone 5 has the latest A6 quad-core chip delivering 2x faster performance compared to the A5 chip on previous models.

The iPhone 5 supports 4G, available to Orange and T-Mobile customers by the end of the year and coming to other networks in 2013. Customers who buy the iPhone 5 now will be able to use 4G once their network supports it.

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iPhone 5 is official, here are the details.


The latest generation iPhone is the thinnest ever made by Apple at just 7.6mm thick and weighing in at just 112g its 20% lighter than its predecessor, the 4S. This is the first iPhone to sport a larger screen and the 4-inch Retina display has become longer, not wider, so now there is a 5th row of icons on the homescreen. The longer screen increases the visible area on webpages and emails so there is less need to scroll down too.

The iPhone 5 has the latest A6 quad-core chip under the hood delivering 2x faster performance and faster graphics compared to the A5 chip on previous models. All this extra power has been crammed into a chip 22% smaller helping the iPhone 5 keep light and compact.

Another new feature of the iPhone 5 is the Ultrafast Wireless technology that delivers wireless speeds of up to 150Mpbs and the phone is also packing tons of other connection options including HDPA+ and LTE delivering 4G ultrafast browsing speeds.

The camera package has been enhanced with a hybrid IR filter, 5 elements lens, f/2.4 aperture and precision lens alignment as well as sapphire crystal to protect the lens and improve clarity for better images. The 8-megapixel camera also has a panorama mode so you can take a slow sweep of the landscape taking a number of photos and the iSight camera combines them to create a stunning 28-megapixel photo.

The video recording functions on the camera is 1080p and includes face detection for up to 8 people and the three built-in microphones capture fantastic audio quality. There is front facing 720p camera for use with FaceTime and the audio enhancements create a more natural sound when chatting.

The iPhone 5 has the latest iOS6 on board and a number of features have been added to the OS for an even slicker experience. The Maps app is now Apples own, instead of utilising Google Maps, and the app includes fantastic 3D detailing, turn-by-turn navigation and Flyover allowing you to get a bird’s eye view of major cities and landmarks. Passbook is included in iOS 6 and this virtual wallet can be used for storing travel tickets, credit cards or at Starbucks for your morning coffee.

Siri has also received an update with enhanced and improved usability; more answers to questions and it can now update your Facebook status too. Overall there will be more than 200 new features in the iOS 6.

Battery life used to be one of the things that disappointed users of previous iPhones and Apple has addressed this with the iPhone 5 delivering 8 hours for 3G talk time, 3G browsing, LTE browsing and 10 hours for Wi-Fi and video, 40 hours for music and 225 hours of standby.

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4G launching in the UK this year


EE (Everything Everywhere) will be launching the UK’s first 4G LTE network by the end of the year. The cities to get LTE by the end of 2012 are London, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Derby, Glasgow, Hull, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham, Sheffield and Southampton. This covers a third of the population and more areas will follow in 2013.

The new network will be called EE. Orange and T-Mobile tariffs will remain as they are for the time being. High street stores will rebrand as EE this year, which implies that Orange and T-Mobile tariffs are likely to be consolidated into the EE name at some point.

The launch will be supported by five handsets: Nokia Lumia 920, Nokia Lumia 820, HTC One XL (LTE version of One X), Huawei Ascend P1 LTE and Samsung Galaxy S III LTE. It’s expected that the iPhone 5 will also join this list.

EE will offer LTE mobile broadband with a Huawei USB dongle or MiFi device. This could be a real alternative to home broadband for some, depending on cost and whether LTE covers areas where fibre or a decent ADSL connection isn’t available. In addition, EE will offer a fixed line fibre product with an average 58.5Mbps. They will offer a discount to customers who take both products, as they do now with their ADSL and mobile packages.

It will be interesting to see what other products and services emerge from this new technology.

See www.ee.co.uk for more

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