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Network upgrades and how they affect you

We’re working on our network to make it better, faster, stronger. But to do that, we’ll need to turn off a small number of our mobile sites for a short time. This may affect coverage at some postcodes, but only temporarily. What’s happening? We’re already the Best Network for Data – but we know we…
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Tesco Mobile ANNOUNCES DOUBLE-data deals on apple and huawei smartphones

if you love your data Tesco Mobile has  announced double-data deals on a range of Huawei and Apple smartphones, including the iPhone 6 and 7. Starting at just £18.49 per month, on a 36-month Anytime Upgrade Flex contract, the iPhone 6 is available with 2GB of data (instead of 1GB), 5000 minutes and 5000 texts…
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EE will offer the powerful and affordable new iPhone SE

EE will offer the powerful and affordable new iPhone SE. Featuring A13 Bionic, the fastest chip ever in a smartphone, iPhone SE offers unparalleled performance with great battery life, and the best single-camera system in an iPhone that unlocks the benefits of Portrait mode. iPhone SE comes in three beautiful colours — black, white and…
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CALL OF DUTY MOBILE WINS THE 2020 EE MOBILE GAME OF THE YEAR AWARD AT THE BAFTA’S

Call of Duty: Mobile is crowned the 2020 winner of the EE Mobile Game of The Year award, the only award voted for by the public The British Academy Games Awards were hosted as an online stream for the first time, with viewers tuning in from around the world on all major social platforms The 2020…
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Hong Kong makes wearable trackers mandatory for new arrivals

all new arrivals  to Hong Kong have to  wear an “electronic wristband” that links to your  smartphone to provide location tracking on there whereabouts , keeping authorities in the loop at all times about any  COVID-19 happenings . This has now been implemented and  signed off by  CIO Victor Lamon . Victor Lamon stated  “the app…
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human GPS tracking for UK virus lockdown

 THE government could use location data from smartphones to see whether people are following social distancing rules, according to reports. Both O2 and BT, which owns one of the UK’s largest phone networks EE, are in talks with the government over how to use mobile data to monitor the public’s response to policies aimed at…
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