HTC Magic could get cheaper to use

The network that has the exclusive UK rights to the HTC Magic has announced details of a new pricing structure.Vodafone Passport users, of which the carrier estimates there are currently around 2.5 million, can now manage their data expenses more easily when travelling in Europe.Consumers can now pay £4.99 per day to access up to 25 MB of data from their mobiles while in other…

New offer could benefit T Mobile G1 users

T Mobile has this week announced a number of changes to its price plans available on two of its sim-only packages - meaning G1 customers could consider revising their current contract.For £20 per month, people can take advantage of unlimited texts and web access as well as 800 minutes worth of calls on the Solo 12 Month deal - and for an extra £10 this…

EU roaming gets cheaper for Nokia N97 users

The company that this week announced it would make the Nokia N97 available on its network has unveiled a new pricing structure for its international roaming.According to 3 Mobile, it will now not only provide users of the device access to free calls when using the Skype service, but will also offer the cheapest roaming fees of any UK carrier.The group - which also offers…

Alcatel OT-S319 ‘heap and nicely designed’

Those looking for a cheap handset on a budget could recycle used mobilephones to fund the purchase of the Alcatel OT-S319. According to Trusted Reviews' Sandra Vogel, the device is available at under £15 on Pay As You Go (PAYG) from the Carphone Warehouse and despite it's low price tag is a "nicely designed" model. She explains that although it is easy to criticise such…

New £0 tariff available to 3 INQ1 users

The latest tariff from 3 Mobile is claimed to be something of a UK first in terms of providing users with "something for nothing".For a monthly fee of £0, 3 Mobile customers will be able to make free Skype-to-Skype calls as well as access a range of instant messaging services at no extra cost.The Sim Zero package, as it is known, will be available from…

Consumer watchdog lists Tesco top for satisfaction

Which? Magazine has published details of a new study that may interest those looking recycle mobilephones and switch their current network.It was noted the most popular carrier in the UK when it comes to customer satisfaction on the latest pay-as-you-go devices was Tesco Mobile.The announcement represents the fourth consecutive year the provider has topped the listing, with cost cited as one of the main reasons…

£5 tariff could be alternative after phone recycling

Those after a cheaper contract could be tempted to recycle their mobile phone and enter into a £5 per month tariff.Orange announced that its offerings will now extend to what it says is the cheapest deal on the market.This deal costs £5 per month, lasting for 36 months, with a new handset at the beginning and in the middle.Neil Macgeorge is Orange UK's director of…

Virgin Media improves pay monthly prices

Virgin Media has unveiled details of the latest changes to some of its pay monthly tariffs.The network claimed it had been able to undercut its rivals by £2 with a new £25 option that provides the user with unlimited SMS messages and voice calls to use over the period.In addition, it was noted that subscribers to the £25 monthly tariff would also be able to…