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It is almost three times the size of Westcoast’s next largest warehouses in Theale and Milton Keynes, both standing at 120,000 sq ft Westcoast has greatly increased its warehouse capacity with the leasing of a new 340,000 sq ft facility in Andover, Hampshire. The space is nearly three times the size of Wescoast’s other large warehouses
Older iPhone users driving sales of more affordable 12th-gen device The iPhone XR was the best-selling smartphone in the UK in the first quarter of 2019, according to new figures released by Kantar Worldpanel. The insight company’s figures also revealed that in continental Europe the XR outsold the iPhone XS and XS Max combined, and
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The Honor 20 will be globally launched in London Chinese smartphone manufacturer Honor confirmed it will unveil the Honor 20 smartphone in London on May 21. The Honor 20 is the follow up from the well-regarded Honor 10, which features top specs such as the octa-core Kirin 970 processor, 4GB RAM and 128GB internal memory.
Installation comes in time for the Easter weekend Vodafone has installed fast 4G in phone boxes on the beachfronts of Cornish towns Polzeath and Sennen Cove, ahead of an influx of visitors this Easter weekend and the summer months after that. The phone boxes have been installed due to the increased amount of mobile usage
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The smartphone will release on May 10 with all major operators and Carphone Warehouse for £329 prepaid Huawei has taken the wraps off the P30 Lite smartphone which will release on May 10 for £329 prepaid. It will be available across all four major operators and retailers such as John Lewis and Argos. Customers can
The proposition allows the same benefits as Three’s regular pay monthly deals Three UK has launched Three Means Business, a new mobile proposition aimed at entrepreneurs and small businesses. The proposition aims to offer the cheapest business tariffs for the company in question in line with Three’s wider consumer offering. It has been devised in
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The vendor’s newly launched S10 is a major improvement, but looks unlikely to halt Huawei’s surge Samsung’s newly launched Galaxy S10 range is certainly a vast technical improvement on predecessor the S9. Yet analysts suspect that even a strong commercial performance will not be enough to halt the rise of Huawei to global number-one spot
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The network will be used in Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Development O2 has announced that it will turn on its 5G network at the Millbrook Testing Ground for self-driving cars in Bedfordshire. The activation of its 2.3GHz and 3.4GHz spectrum at the site comes in advance of its first phase of 5G rollout in London,
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Over half of new Google Pixel 3 owners previously owned a Samsung Previous Samsung owners have switched over to either Google or OnePlus smartphones according to Counterpoint Research. The research found that more than one-third of consumers who bought the Google Pixel 3 and the OnePlus 6T during Q4 last year were previously Samsung owners.
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The new scheme could see customers benefit from £142m in payments, says Ofcom Broadband and landline customers will automatically recover money back from providers when they suffer from delayed repairs or installations, and missed engineer appointments. The new scheme, enforced by Ofcom, could see customers benefit from £142m in payments – around nine times the
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