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  • Orange Network Review
    Mobile Phones Sharp GX17 Siemens Mobile Phones Siemens C75 Sony Ericsson Phones Sony Ericsson Z610i Sony Ericsson Z530i Sony Ericsson W950i Sony Ericsson W910i Sony Ericsson W880i Sony Ericsson W850i Sony Ericsson W810i Sony Ericsson W710i Sony Ericsson W580i Sony Ericsson W300i Sony Ericsson K850i Sony Ericsson K800i Sony Ericsson K750i Orange Orange UK is a mobile phone operator and internet service provider in the UK that was founded in 1994 The company is owned by Orange SA a subsidiary of France Telecom who took control after a series of previous ownerships originally owned by a consortium of British Aerospace and Hutchison In 1994 Orange entered the UK mobile market as the fourth entrant at a time when prices were extremely high and accessible only to business customers Within three years the company was floated on the London Stock Exchange and by July 2007 Orange had gained 1 million customers in the UK alone In 1999 Orange expanded its mobile services into other European markets such as France and Spain The company has won numerous awards over the years and also offers Internet services and business solutions Orange built a reputation for technical innovation and good customer service But recent management decisions driven by financial difficulties at France Telecom have had a turnaround effect in user growth and Orange is slipping behind in subscriber numbers Orange currently offer three mobile phone options Pay as You Go PAYG Bundle and Contract service plans In terms of coverage Orange claim 98 population coverage of the UK and usually have the best call set up and completion rates of all the networks Other Services offered by Orange Orange Every Phone Diverted calls to another phone remotely if necessary Rollover Minutes Any minutes not used one month will roll over to the next Orange

    Original URL path: http://www.mobilephone.co.uk/network-reviews/orange.html (2016-02-10)
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  • 3 Network Review
    Sharp GX17 Siemens Mobile Phones Siemens C75 Sony Ericsson Phones Sony Ericsson Z610i Sony Ericsson Z530i Sony Ericsson W950i Sony Ericsson W910i Sony Ericsson W880i Sony Ericsson W850i Sony Ericsson W810i Sony Ericsson W710i Sony Ericsson W580i Sony Ericsson W300i Sony Ericsson K850i Sony Ericsson K800i Sony Ericsson K750i 3 3 or Three is the newest mobile phone network in the UK In May 2000 the UK government awarded five licences to allow third generation wireless services to be run The largest of the five was set aside for a new entrant in order to increase market competition which was bought by Hutchison current owners of 3 Hutchison were also the original owners of Orange but sold the company to Mannesmann at the height of the telecomms boom Vodafone then bought the German company which meant having to sell Orange once again Hutchison gained even more money by selling their 10 stake of Mannesmann before the telecomms bubble burst and valuations fell significantly This resulted in 3 having enough money to pay for the expensive 3G license building the network and creating market share by offering excellent deals to early buyers 3 launched Britain s first video mobile network in 2003 to revamp the mobile media market with new and better services and is currently the UK s leading mobile media company Their mobile devices all offer a convergence of communications information and entertainment their three core areas of business 3 is the largest 3G third generation network in the UK and Europe The 3 network has over 10 million customers and is available across eight countries There are currently 3 5 million 3G customers in the UK alone The 3G system supports high speed data connections equivalent to or better than broadband on fixed lines fast enough to use

    Original URL path: http://www.mobilephone.co.uk/network-reviews/3.html (2016-02-10)
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  • T-Mobile
    Phones Sharp GX17 Siemens Mobile Phones Siemens C75 Sony Ericsson Phones Sony Ericsson Z610i Sony Ericsson Z530i Sony Ericsson W950i Sony Ericsson W910i Sony Ericsson W880i Sony Ericsson W850i Sony Ericsson W810i Sony Ericsson W710i Sony Ericsson W580i Sony Ericsson W300i Sony Ericsson K850i Sony Ericsson K800i Sony Ericsson K750i T Mobile T Mobile is the UK network of T Mobile International a German mobile network operator headquartered in Bonn Germany Previously known in the UK as One 2 One the company was originally owned by Mercury later Cable Wireless T Mobile underwent a transformation and now boasts 19 2 million subscribers in Britain making it the United Kingdom s second largest mobile network The company operates across Europe as well as the USA and has over 100 million customers worldwide Along with offering contract and PAYG services the company offers a bundle package known as U Fix Perhaps T Mobile s biggest selling point in the UK it allows you to mix the best bits of pay monthly and PAYG deals It has proved a great success as you have to top up the phone with credit once your monthly allowance is used up won t let you make any calls unlike normal contract plans meaning you ll never receive a monster bill Other Brands Other companies market service on the T Mobile network under their own brand names notably Value Telecom which offers low peak time call charges but very high off peak charges and Virgin Mobile The latter has no monthly line rental and offers the very best value for most patterns of use More on Virgin Virgin Mobile is the UK s leading mobile virtual network operator and the UK division is a subsidiary of Virgin Media Inc formerly known as NTL Telewest Incorporated It was

    Original URL path: http://www.mobilephone.co.uk/network-reviews/tmobile.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Vodafone
    U900 Soul Samsung ZV40 Samsung Z720 Samsung Z560 Samsung X830 Samsung D840 Samsung E900 Samsung E870 Samsung E370 Samsung D900 Samsung G600 Samsung G800 Sharp Mobile Phones Sharp GX17 Siemens Mobile Phones Siemens C75 Sony Ericsson Phones Sony Ericsson Z610i Sony Ericsson Z530i Sony Ericsson W950i Sony Ericsson W910i Sony Ericsson W880i Sony Ericsson W850i Sony Ericsson W810i Sony Ericsson W710i Sony Ericsson W580i Sony Ericsson W300i Sony Ericsson K850i Sony Ericsson K800i Sony Ericsson K750i Vodafone Vodafone Group Plc is the world s leading and largest mobile telecommunications company The company was formed in 1984 as a subsidiary of Racal Electronics Plc In 1991 it had fully de merged from Racal Electronics and became an independent company at which time it changed its name to Vodafone Group Plc Vodafone has a significant presence in Europe the Middle East Africa Asia Pacific and the United States which shows in its latest global customer figures 198 6 million by the 31 December 2006 and a market value of around 86 billion November 2006 In the UK the regional customer base at the end of June 2000 is more than 10 77 million Vodafone have always been the leader in terms of UK subscriber numbers although the margins are narrowing due to increased competition Other services offered by Vodafone TrafficMaster Personal Roadwatch 1800 This device gives location specific in car traffic reports direct to your phone at a cost of 29 99 Infoline Provides traffic share price stock market BA flights and AA service information Scoot Information and classified phone directory information of local shops and services Multi SIM This service allows you to have up to 10 SIMS on an account You can Nominate which SIM is to be live by entering codes at the keypad Vodafone charges an additional monthly

    Original URL path: http://www.mobilephone.co.uk/network-reviews/vodafone.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Network Search
    Pearl 8100 HTC Mobile Phones HTC Hero HTC Tattoo HTC Touch HD LG Mobile Phones LG Viewty LG KE800 Chocolate LG KE850 Prada LG KG800 Chocolate LG Shine LG U300 LG U400 LG U880 Motorola Mobile Phones Motorola KRZR1 Silver Motorola L6 Motorola RIZR Z3 Motorola SLVR L7 Motorola V3 Motorola V3i Nokia Mobile Phones Nokia N95 Nokia N93i Nokia N91 Nokia N81 Nokia N80 Nokia N73 Nokia 8800 Nokia 8800 Sirocco Nokia 6280 Nokia 6300 Nokia 6300 Black Nokia 6500 Classic Nokia 6500 Slide Palm Phones Palm Pre Palm Treo Pro Palm Centro Samsung Phones Samsung Armani Samsung U900 Soul Samsung ZV40 Samsung Z720 Samsung Z560 Samsung X830 Samsung D840 Samsung E900 Samsung E870 Samsung E370 Samsung D900 Samsung G600 Samsung G800 Sharp Mobile Phones Sharp GX17 Siemens Mobile Phones Siemens C75 Sony Ericsson Phones Sony Ericsson Z610i Sony Ericsson Z530i Sony Ericsson W950i Sony Ericsson W910i Sony Ericsson W880i Sony Ericsson W850i Sony Ericsson W810i Sony Ericsson W710i Sony Ericsson W580i Sony Ericsson W300i Sony Ericsson K850i Sony Ericsson K800i Sony Ericsson K750i Network Search Your search for Network produced the following results Click here to Search the Site for Network Click here to Search the Site for

    Original URL path: http://www.mobilephone.co.uk/results.asp?keyword=network (2016-02-10)
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  • Mobile Phone Networks
    Each provider has strong and weak areas of coverage in the UK Virtual networks use the infrastructure of one of the existing networks but sell through a different brand e g Virgin mobile and Value Telecom both use T mobile NTL Mobile uses Orange OneTel uses Vodafone and Sainsbury s Mobile uses O2 Mobile provider 3 has its own UMTS network although it does not have full coverage which is why they use O2 to fill in coverage holes Choosing the right network When beginning your mobile experience it is important to choose the right network or in other words the network that best suits your needs The factors that need to be taken into consideration include where you get good coverage and how good the customer service is Some networks have better coverage in particular areas than others most city areas in the UK are fully covered but you may still find it hard to receive coverage in more rural areas but customer service varies from day to day depending on demand Each network offers unique services and tariffs so although choosing between them can take time it is well worth the wait Contract or PAYG Pay as you go PAYG or Pre pay The service works by a user purchasing credit vouchers top up vouchers and topping up their handset with vouchers starting at 10 Some phones come with a pre loaded amount of credit A call cannot be made unless the user has the amount required for that call s minimum charge which differs depending on destination of the call e g landline calls international calls or other mobile calls Often Pay As You Go customers end up paying more for their calls and text messages are limited in what they can do with their phone and some calls may be blocked Contract A contract arrangement will result in you receiving monthly or quarterly bills for the contract services The bill consists of your monthly line rental charges plus any extra costs if you go over your monthly allowance of minutes and texts and VAT A contract will offer you more facilities and lower call charges It is important to remember some PAYG phones have monthly line rental to pay or top ups that only last a month even if you don t use the minutes you paid for Some contract tariffs have no standing charges and some offer free calls with no line rental for an up front payment T mobile offer a great deal called Mix it It involves you paying the normal monthly line rental and getting inclusive calls but any additional non inclusive calls have to come out of pre paid top ups Choosing a tariff Generally the more you pay for your line rental the less expensive your call charges become Remember to check that you are allowed to switch tariffs at a later date before signing an agreement to the contract When you buy a phone it is subsidised by the

    Original URL path: http://www.mobilephone.co.uk/mobile-phone-buyers-guide/networks.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Choosing the right mobile phone
    soon find themselves not being able to text as their fingers are too big for the buttons You should also be careful before opting for some of the PAYG pay as you go deals Some use phones that skimp on features for the sake of cost cutting Batteries Battery life is a very important factor when it comes to buying a mobile phone A phone can have all the latest hi tech gadgets in the world but if the battery life is not large enough then it s worthless The very minimum level of battery should still be able to get you reliably through a full day Remember to judge a phone by its talktime levels as well as standby time Some phones can sit on standby for a week or two but still die after no more than two hours of call time What to look for in a mobile phone The following is a list of features that more technological minded users will look out for in a mobile handset Address Book Lookup Text messaging Roaming Fax and data support Wireless Application Protocol support GPRS support Infra red and Bluetooth communication Voice dialling Call logs MP3 player and FM radios Colour screen Built in camera Video Recorder Vibrating alert Signal indicators as fitted to some Ericsson and Motorola handsets Remember that it is unlikely you will find all of these features in one handset so you must decide which feature is needed the most and how much money you are willing to pay for them Accessories Treat your mobile to a present Mobile phone accessories are very popular with users and can range from phone cases to bluetooth headsets Add Ons There are a few add on devices available that vary in usage Some attach to existing models

    Original URL path: http://www.mobilephone.co.uk/mobile-phone-buyers-guide/Choosing-the-right-mobile.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Network Coverage
    6280 Nokia 6300 Nokia 6300 Black Nokia 6500 Classic Nokia 6500 Slide Palm Phones Palm Pre Palm Treo Pro Palm Centro Samsung Phones Samsung Armani Samsung U900 Soul Samsung ZV40 Samsung Z720 Samsung Z560 Samsung X830 Samsung D840 Samsung E900 Samsung E870 Samsung E370 Samsung D900 Samsung G600 Samsung G800 Sharp Mobile Phones Sharp GX17 Siemens Mobile Phones Siemens C75 Sony Ericsson Phones Sony Ericsson Z610i Sony Ericsson Z530i Sony Ericsson W950i Sony Ericsson W910i Sony Ericsson W880i Sony Ericsson W850i Sony Ericsson W810i Sony Ericsson W710i Sony Ericsson W580i Sony Ericsson W300i Sony Ericsson K850i Sony Ericsson K800i Sony Ericsson K750i Network Coverage Being able to use your mobile phone depends on it receiving signal from your network It is not possible to use a different home network even to make an emergency call Indoor or outdoor The estimated coverage supplied by networks is based on the fact that you will be outdoors when you use your mobile However many people need to use their phones indoors and so in building coverage matters The two frequencies used by GSM mobile networks each have their advantages and disadvantages and it is not true to say that one frequency is better than the other for in building signal Some buildings let 900 in better than 1800 while others are the opposite Sitefinder www sitefinder radio gov uk is a government website that allows you to search by location see where there are mobile base stations and get details of the signals from each However the maps can be very difficult to use The base stations are not colour coded to show which networks they serve and you have to zoom in closely to identify where bases are located Although a handy tool it lacks precision some of the Sitefinder marks are

    Original URL path: http://www.mobilephone.co.uk/mobile-phone-buyers-guide/network_coverage.html (2016-02-10)
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