We’re pretty much all used to it now, but if you’re over about eighteen-years-old you’ll likely remember a time when we had to dart wildly between PC’s and dial-up connections to check emails, and cheat at pub quizzes.
Mobile broadband may have taken the sportsmanship out of the Great British Pub Quiz, but that’s the only downside we can see to being 100% mobile and connected 24/7. Well, that and the fact there’s never an excuse for being out of touch when your boss unreasonably emails a proposal to edit at 10:45PM when you’re in the pub!
In June, Ofcom gave service providers the go ahead to trade spectrum licences. In layman’s terms that could end up meaning less network congestion at peak times, more prolific coverage and an all-round better mobile broadband service across all involved service providers.
Free Laptop Deals
Pay monthly laptops are one of those wonderful we-can’t-believe-it deal trends that are becoming more widespread as the norm. Currently, Three and Vodafone tend to run the best deals, with data allowances up to 15GB (with Three) and monthly fees between £25-37. That said, you don’t want to invest your monthly finances in garbage devices and mobile broadband services, so we’ve created some comprehensive (but very understandable) laptop reviews and service guides. Take your pick from the top seven pay monthly laptops from Three and Vodafone using our expert reviews in the “Free Laptop Reviews” area of the website. And, although they’re not free, a little look at the iPad and tablet packages on offer could prove very seductive!