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Get a Nokia Lumia Phone With Your "O2 + 4G = £99" Deal of the Day

Are you looking for a new, decent 4G mobile phone? Well, we've stumbled across this ace deal where you can get your mitts on a Nokia Lumia 625 4G phone. You can browse things quite quickly, but it won't solve the problem of those boring berks who complain about their commute every day. Yours for £99 on O2. Read More >>

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£5 PAYG Now TV Bundle Adds 10 Channels to Sky's Miniature Set-Top Box

If you want to get a bit more out of Sky's super-cheap telly dongle, its new Entertainment Month Pass adds 10 subscription packages to your EPG in return for a £4.99 a month, casual, no-strings, PAYG financial commitment. Read More >>

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35p a Minute PAYG Car Rental Slowly Taking off in London and the UK

The idea of short-term car rental charged by the hour isn't anything new in our cities, but the service offered by Car2go is a little different -- it lets you drive one way and dump it somewhere else. It's a Boris Bike with a roof. Read More >>

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Pay More As You Go as Vodafone Profits From Rounding Up Calls

Vodafone's about to make a rather huge change to the way it charges its PAYG customers for calls, with the network deciding to start charging by the minute rather than the second. And it's rounding everything up. Read More >>

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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 >>

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EE's 4G Is Going PAYG This Summer

Good news for those scared of signing their lives away on contract (even for just 30-days at a time): EE's punting new 4G pay-as-you-go plans. Unfortunately, it's seemingly just data, aimed at tablets and MiFis, but it's a start. Who actually uses their phone for anything but data these days, anyway? Read More >>

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Sky's £9.99 PAYG Sports Channel Access Launches Today

Back in January it was rumoured that Sky would be opening up pay-as-you-go access to its sports channels without the need for the usual monthly subscription and package. And it is. It's been announced and launched for use today. Read More >>

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PAYG Sky Sports Opening up to Non-Subscribers For... £9.99 a Day

Sky is finally ready to push ahead with its plan to offer non-subscribers instant access to its hallowed sports channels, with the satellite broadcaster offering casual sport fans the chance to buy 24 hours of access for £9.99 from this spring. Read More >>

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Man Claims Orange Charged Him £6,875 to Download One TV Programme

Painter and decorator Chris Wilson got a bit of a shock when he came to pay his latest mobile bill, with the kind lady from Orange giving him advance warning something bad was about to happen -- then asking for £6,875 to settle his monthly bill. Read More >>

networks
O2 Wants You to Stay Stay Stay With its Pay & Go Go Go

Pay & Go Go Go is the new name for the results of O2's latest fiddling with its PAYG contracts, which give users cashback and more minutes and data for showing some level of commitment to the network. Read More >>

android
Orange San Diego Intel-Powered Android Phone Launching June 6th, But Only with Android 2.3

The Android phone with the Intel Inside that was previously known as the Santa Clara has been re-announced by Orange, which will be selling the thing under the new name of the Orange San Diego. And it'll cost you £199 to see if Intel's mobile processor is any good. Read More >>

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Sky's New PAYG Streaming "Now TV" Service Will Pop In the Coming Two Months

Good news for those looking to take their TV over-the-top and cut those pricy pay-TV subscriptions – Sky’s streaming pay as you go TV service, Now TV, is on track for the “first half of this year”, which should mean we’ll see it any time in the next month or so. Read More >>

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T-Mobile Vivacity Has the Looks, and Android 2.3, for £99

This is why people love Android. You can spend £500 on a Galaxy Nexus, or £99 on a T-Mobile Vivacity. Obviously the Viv isn't as powerful, but Android 2.3 on a 3.5" screen for £100 is "Black Friday" level cheap. Read More >>

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