So they finally offer an iPhone after I've pondered leaving them to go to o2...good timing!
Do you know if any of this operators will offer simlock free Iphone 4 in PAYG offer?
Anonymous, 11 Jun 2010The problem with the iPhone4' s Facetime is that it only works over uncluttered wifi and only ... moreVery well put! My point exactly, would love an ip4 and will prob get one, but it won't be for the rubbish face time feature at all, in fact I'll hate it being there, same as i did on my old n95 which i never used it on.
Samsungs have the worst looking user interface on any mobile phones regardless of how good they claim to be, they look like a kid has programmer them, garish. Regardless if how bright etc
me, 11 Jun 2010video calling has been around here in uk for a long time, id guess about 5-6 years ago but i h... moreThe problem with the iPhone4' s Facetime is that it only works over uncluttered wifi and only to other iPhone4 users on uncluttered wifi. What's the chances of actually reaching the person on the other side with a smooth connection if Steve Jobs could not manage it with the Whole Apple technical team behind him? A few wifi signals in the conference room was to blame for the cluttered bandwidth after EVERYBODY was asked to disable their Wifi. Would love to see a new iPhone4 user ask the public to disable their wifi signals so you could make a video quick call. Gotta love that leap in technology!
video calling has been around here in uk for a long time, id guess about 5-6 years ago but i hardly see anyone using it at all! I think iphone will (kindof) reincarnate and make this feature back to mainstream!
I must contradict to apples statement that this is the biggest leap since the first iphone, however i still respect their products etc.
[deleted post]Geez, you again? In another iphone article? You sure spend a lot of time blogging on a device that you believe to be outdated :)
I agree iphone is good phone,a phone for everyone...i would like to play with ione for few weeks...but to say that will own or that is the best outhere...onestly that really is bullshit and piss me off...i would even put more money on the n8 nokia rather than this one..still i own a nexus one and nobody will get him down for me..best phone ever!!!
Winston, 10 Jun 2010@Craig - hah craig if you struggle to leave a network and let a retentions team bully you then... moreI've been with O2, and they let me leave with no force feeding, don't talk to me about backbone - you sign up with 3 and then leave them after your contact is up, you will see what i mean
After being on contract with Vodafone and having a horrible service that only caused me problems, I've been with 3G from their beginning in UK on pay-go for about 6 years now. Prices are really the best: £15 gives u 300 mints crx net, free 150MB for each top u make then 30p p/MB (O2 is £3 p/MB), free texts, free 30 mints skype calls, free windows messenger and free calls to other 3. If you want unlimited web for a month just buy and add on for £5 ... International calls from 2p p/mint for several countries...
Coverage wasn't the best, and they had some odd stuff like not being able to text some networks abroad, and last year and half the network was done several times as they were replacing masts and improving the network. I even thought leaving them, however today coverage is excellent in London, always 3G+, and also have internet broadband pay-go (£25 for 7Gig) with them and testing speed right now, at busy hour 19.35h, got 944kbps down and 296kbps, which is fast regarding mobile broadband. HAve checked getting an iphone b4 and was always put off by expensive contract prices that don't provide even half of what i get on 3 paygo. Now seems things will be different ;)
[deleted post]you sound like you're actually trying to win an argument on the internet.
you might as well try and knock clouds out the sky with your shoes.
we get it. you don't like the iPhone. zzzzzzz
Sayem, 10 Jun 2010Retina display of iPhone 4 is at least two years outdated. It cant compete with SuperAmoled i... morei think the gamers are more likely to be more interested in the DPI aspect, which is class leading and will lead to a better depth of field.
i'm no apple fanboy (i won't be getting one and i'm happy with a Desire or an i9000 although day to day i use a SEM K810i) but you have to look at what iPhone users will be doing with it, not what YOU would like.
the best analogy would be that a Mitsubishi is specced better than a Ferrari on paper.
torrentblock, 10 Jun 2010are the screen's specs outdated?Retina display of iPhone 4 is at least two years outdated. It cant compete with SuperAmoled in terms of contrast ratio, response time, low sunlight visibility, cant produce deep black and it consumes 30% more energy. So it will drain your battery fast.
Isn't it outdated enough?
whatever haters iphone is iphone.....it has its own personality....nd this iphone will soon b the king of smartphone world......can't wait to get my hands on it:D
network will not guarantee the contract is cancelled as you may not be including all the details required to do this or you may still be in term. The only thing following this cunts advice is likely to achieve is a damaged credit rating. Meaning you probablt wont be able to get a contract off most networks and will be forced to go to a substandard budget network like 3 as they tend to accept customers with poor credit ratings. This probably explains Tcocks love for 3 as they're likely the only network that will have him. :-)
Anyone wishing to cancel there contract should contact their network provider and follow their instructions. Simply cancelling the direct debit will only result in the bill not being paid and cause damage to your credit rating. Likewise, if you send a letter in and this doesn't meet the correct dpa requirements then no action will be taken to cancel your contract.