Buy the phone SIM-free then get a separate SIM-only deal and over the course of a year, 18 months or two years, the monthly savings of the cheaper tariff will more than pay for the phone. Plus, if you're SIM-free you can swap phones or hop onto a better deal with a different network at the drop of a hat. Handsome. To prove it, let's bust out the calculator for a second. Once we've finished typing out 58,008, let's do some quick and dirty sums. Say you sign up to a £36 O2 contract and bag a free Nexus 4, over two years that's a total of £864 laid out.
Buy the phone from Google Play and bung in a GiffGaff SIM costing just £12 per month, and you'll get unlimited data too -- for a total cost of £492 over the same period, O2 and the other networks all have extras such as gig ticket offers to tempt you, But Serge Hautefort retorts, ultra-thin premium folio with brushed aluminum finish for iphone 6/6s "Keep up with the times, fuddy duddies; your 'Priority Moments' and other gimmicks aren't worth a 24-month (!) contract that ends up being more expensive in the end!"Speaking of gimmicks, the first 20 people in the queue for the Nexus 4 at the O2 Arena in East London get to climb the top of the dome to use their new phone taking pictures of the city, And the first 50 in the queue get a new 32-inch LG telly, as do selected people who tweet fun pictures to O2 in coming weeks..
Is the Nexus 4 the best value smart phone ever? How much is a reasonable amount to pay for the Nexus 4? Or do you prefer the security of being on a network contract, even if it costs you money? Tell me your thoughts in the comments or on our Facebook page. The Google Nexus 4 is on O2 from 13 November -- but it's so cheap SIM-free, why would you buy it on a contract?. The Google Nexus 4 hits O2 from 13 November -- but with its shockingly low price tag, we struggle to see why you'd buy it on a contract from any network -- and we're not the only ones, as the oxygenated operator struggled to defend its pricing to discerning punters.
By the end of the year, 58 percent of U.S, Cellular's customers will have access to 4G LTE speeds, "With more than half of our customers having access to 4G LTE speeds by the start of the holiday season, we are helping customers simplify and organize their lives more quickly and easier than ever," David Kimbell, senior vice president of marketing and chief marketing officer for U.S, Cellular, said in a press release, U.S, carriers have been racing to expand their 4G LTE coverage and catch up with leader Verizon Wireless, The faster data speeds allow users to do things like download video more quickly, and most new smartphones take advantage of LTE, Based in Chicago, U.S, Cellular lags behind its larger rivals, but its push with LTE should help it attract and hold on to ultra-thin premium folio with brushed aluminum finish for iphone 6/6s customers..
(Via Sammy Hub). The device is a watered down Galaxy S3 that will likely never make its way to the U.S. Samsung is targeting Eastern Europe and Southeast Asia with a new handset. Dubbed the Samsung Galaxy Premier, the device is basically a watered-down version of the Galaxy S3, boasting a 4.65-inch HD Super AMOLED display, HSPA+ or LTE service, and an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.