networks
Three's Just Dropped a Price Bomb on the UK's PAYG Market

Fancy yourself some really, really cheap PAYG plans? With data that costs just 1p per MB (no, that's not a typo), calls that are only 3p a minute, and texts that are practically-free at 2p per message? Yep, Three's just come in and nuked every non-bundle PAYG offering from any other network. Oh my word that's cheap. Read More >>

ISPs
Tesco'll Flog You 'Unlimited' Broadband for Just £2 a Month

Firing its first salvo into the broadband price war, Tesco's carved the arse out of its broadband fees, bringing them all the way down to just £2 a month for 12 months. Even better, if you're a Tesco Mobile customer, you can bag the same for absolutely free, well, plus line rental. Read More >>

apple
Phil Schiller: There Will Be No Cheapo iPhone, Stupid!

This is not surprising, but since the Wall Street Journal keeps releasing stupid stupid STUPID reports on Apple developing a cheapo iPhone year after year, it's good to have Phil Schiller punching them in the groin with a big hell-no: Read More >>

happy hour
Why Cheap Booze Makes Your Hangover So Horrible

You. You're out drinking with your friends, matching them round for round. They're sippin' fancy whiskey, but you're saving money, sticking with the well specials. So why is it, halfway through the night, you're suddenly hit with a brutal headache, and everybody else is fine? Read More >>

tablets
£60 Super-Cheap Nexus Tablet is a Joke, Surely?

Rumours have once again surfaced regarding a possible super-budget Nexus tablet, with the usual supply chain sources claiming a simplified, low-spec Nexus tab could arrive in Q4 of 2012 for $99, or around £60. Read More >>

internet
Digg Sells Itself for Pathetic Pocket Change: £325,000

Which one of you rascals just bought Digg! The company, clearly in need of some new cushions for the corporate cafeteria, just sold itself for a mere $500,000 USD. In 2008, it turned down Google's offer of two hundred million. Read More >>

giz meets
The Young Aussie Entrepeneur Who Aims to Crush the UK High Street With His Super-Cheap TVs, Tablets and Cameras

Ever heard of a bloke called Ruslan Kogan? No? Well, he’s an Australian entrepreneur who’s cut-price online electronics shop has already taken Oz by storm, crushing a few of its rivals in the process. Now he's set his sights on Britain. He believes technology can make the world a better place and aims to bring great, affordable electronics to the masses. Read More >>

wtfriday
A 7p ASDA Valentine's Day Card Shows Just How Much You Love Them

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner (it’s the 14th of February for those that need reminding), but we’re on the peak of a double-dip recession. So what’s a fellow to do when he’s skint, but absolutely must follow the crummy traditions of a Hallmark Holiday? How about a 7p Valentine’s Day card? That’s sure to do the trick. Read More >>

android
Hands-On the £100 ViewSonic Tablet I wanted to Love, But Couldn't

When we found out about ViewSonic's £100 tablet that runs Android's latest (and definitely greatest) OS, we were more than just a little skeptical. We wanted to believe, but we've been hurt before. After some hands-on time, I can confirm that our dead-inside hearts were dead-on. Read More >>

money
Cheap Blu-ray Channel Islands VAT Loophole Closed From 2012

All those packages you get from Jersey and Guernsey will soon cost a bit more, thanks to the government giving in to EU demands to stop businesses in the Channel Islands skipping charging VAT on small purchases. Read More >>

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