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EE increasing the costs of contracts from as early as 2014, is this fair?

2018 February

EE increasing the costs of contracts from as early as 2014, is this fair?

February 24th, 2018|Categories: Mobile Phones|Tags: , |

EE, among other major mobile network providers, will be raising the costs of their contracts, for customers that have taken contracts out from March 2014! This isn’t the only sector of society that change contractual agreements at the cost of the consumer. Increases to student finance agreements mid-contract have already stung many students and graduates, [...]

2017 September

Want a quality smartphone without the price-tag of one?

September 2nd, 2017|Categories: Mobile Phones|Tags: |

Want a quality smartphone without the price-tag of one? How about the price of OnePlus 5? This year has been an exciting one for the release of phones so far. Regarding the progress of smartphone releases, the Samsung Galaxy S8 has been the closest thing to a game changer that we have seen in years! [...]

2017 July

5.2 Million new Netflix subscribers!

July 22nd, 2017|Categories: Mobile Phones|Tags: |

5.2 Million new Netflix subscribers in the second quarter, apparently House of Cards has some new fans! In a letter to its shareholders, Netflix is expecting its first full-year profits in the overseas market this year, and has already smashed predictions on Wall Street in the second quarter of the business year. According to Lisa [...]

2017 February

How different is the job application process now?

February 15th, 2017|Categories: Mobile Phones|Tags: |

How different is the job application process now? The last 20 years have been witness to massive changes in how people find job vacancies, how interviews are conducted and even the key values employers now look for. For example if you were to print off 50 CVs and head into your local city center looking [...]

With privacy and Wikileaks being hot topics of 2016

February 1st, 2017|Categories: Mobile Phones|Tags: |

During the final days of his presidency, Obama agreed to reduce the prison sentence of Chelsea Manning, the US soldier that released classified information to Wikileaks in 2010. This release of information created a space where privacy and sharing of information became public discussion points. One of these points surrounded what exactly people were agreeing [...]