Archive for June, 2015
Earlier this week the Sky+ program, allowing subscribers to control their Sky+ HD box at home and on the go, received an upgrade that caused its chief attributes to cease operating, and now two days on the dilemmas continue. This really is despite the effort at a short-term fix of Sky by enabling customers to rollback their program with the issues continuing regardless of which variant is used, to an earlier variant.
Contemplating the way the Sky+ program is among the main draws for its TV service, this really is a reasonably awkward strike. The issue will soon be sorted out sooner instead of later, but we’ll keep you updated on the specific situation as it develops.
Sky+ program difficulties continue to influence customers is a post from: Mobot.net
Occasionally, all you wish to do is send a text and make a call, so the latest Nokia handset of Microsoft is going back to fundamentals. There is even a built in torch also.
It’ll simply feature 2 G meaning no WiFi functionality, with it being a pretty basic handset, but as long as classic ringtones including the Kick Ringtone are contained we’ll be happy. So expect it to be someplace under the GBP20 when it eventually reaches our shores, that is around GBP13 for us. It’s possible for you to also read more regarding the new Nokia 105 by heading around to the Microsoft site.
Microsoft unveils the new Nokia 105 is a post from: Mobot.net
Unlimited Calls, Texts & Data* on Vectone PAYG is now GBP10 a month
Just the first 3GB of information will be delivered at regular speed. After this, you’ll be restrained to 64 kilobits per second (8 kb/s), which is not just perfect for most on-line endeavors these days. However, it is GBP10 for everything that is endless, and it means you will not be made to pay for more since it is on a PAYG scheme. Thanks to keebb9 @ HUKD!
Get Unlimited Calls, Texts & Data on Vectone PAYG for merely GBP10 a month is a post from: Mobot.net
Buy a Sony Smartband SWR10 for GBP19.95 delivered at Argos
It’s possible for you to monitor several different occasions that happen during your day as well as night. Log pedometer functions in addition to your sleep routine, calorie cost, photograph shooting, music. See here to learn more on the abilities of the Sony Smartband SWR10. Regrettably Windows and iOS based mobiles are incompatible by it. Reviews are favorable and I need to say that for GBP19.95, I believe it is a no brainer. Particularly if you are starting out and wish to give a go to this kind of technology that is wearable without having to spend a small fortune.
Because of rucra27 @HUKD for the point!
Sony’s Smartband SWR10 can now be purchased for GBP19.95 Delivered Argos is a post from: Mobot.net
Save GBP5 on a digital, print or both when subscribing to T3 Magazine
The reduction could be applied to digital combi bundle, or really the print & the digital version as well as the printed magazine.
The digital only variant falls from GBP13.99 to merely GBP8.99. Only choose your favourite subscription length and format kind, head through to the checkout and input code DIGISUB in the box beneath your chosen items. Eventually checkout as usual.
Catch GBP5 off all T3 magazine subscriptions using code is a post from: Mobot.net
MIPOW PlayBulb LED Flameless Candle is now GBP4.97 from Currys
Well, these special candles are in fact multi coloured LED lights that may be controlled via a program on Android and iOS, enabling you to alter brightness their colour and effects. Additionally, to add to the encounter, you turn them away by blowing them outside. With the next greatest offers this is undoubtedly the least expensive bargain near in case you are looking to create some mood lighting that is suitable. Thanks to BuzzDuraband @ HUKD!
Get a MIPOW PlayBulb LED Flameless Candle for merely GBP4.97 is a post from: Mobot.net
Like a lot of internet based services, Netflix likes to keep tabs on where you have been and what content you view regularly. This helps them to recommend other things that you may be interested in. While this sounds great and indeed a handy feature, it can be a pain in the backside if you view something by accident or just try something different for a change . Before you know it you can find yourself with suggestions that are way off the mark for you and find it difficult to get things back on track. So, how do we remove the offending programs and it’s associated suggestions? Just follow these three simple steps!
- Firstly log in to Netflix on your PC, head to the right hand side and click the little red arrow to show the drop down menu. Select “User Account”
- Next Scroll down and head into the “Viewing activity section”
- You will then see a full list of your viewing activity. Here you can scroll through and remove anything that might be causing issues or even hide your Spongebob addiction.
Although it’s a quick process to run through the list and remove unwanted items, Netflix do mention that it will take up to 24 hours for items to be removed from your activity on all devices.
How to delete your Nextflix history and restore balance in your viewing world is a post from: Mobot.net
Wauki TV are currently offering 50% off movie rentals
Wuaki TV offer a streaming service similar to the likes of Netflix and Lovefilm. Although instead of the monthly subscription, Wuaki allow you to also rent individual movies without subscribing. In order to get the discount you will need to enter one of the following codes at the payment stage.
- 50% off all rental movies - wuakimovie50
- 50% off on all HD rental movies - wuakimovie50hd
You can enjoy your movie rentals via your PC, Tablet, games console, mobile phone and even your smart TV.
iOS App – Here
Android App – Here
50% off all rental movies on Wuaki TV is a post from: Mobot.net
Worrying news emerged yesterday, as it was discovered that network operator Three will be be introducing mid-contract price increases. All contracts that have been made from May 29th onwards will feature this price hike, with the first changes appearing on consumer bills in May 2016. The move goes against Three’s stance from last year, where they stated that monthly rates would remain as they are for the duration of a contract.
Despite guidelines issued by OfCom last year which aimed to stop mid-contract hikes happening, there is in fact a clause included that allows for this to happen. It’s all thanks to the Retail Price Index, which measures the change in the cost of a representative sample of retail goods and services. This is what Three will be basing their increases on, taking the RPI from February 2016 and applying it to all contracts in May later that year.
Considering how the takeover of O2 is going ahead, along with the recent report that consumers are paying millions more for their handsets than they need to, the future is looking rather expensive for Three customers. Let’s just hope that this isn’t also an uncomfortable glimpse at the future for customers with other networks as well, especially at a time where mobile contracts are continuing to fail us (courtesy of Bitter Wallet.)
Three to introduce mid-contract price increases is a post from: Mobot.net
OnePlus One 16 GB is now GBP179 / 64 GB is now GBP219 from OnePlus
Daily Sale Schedule:
- June 1 – 12:00 GMT
- June 2 – 2:00 GMT
- June 3 – 12:00 GMT
- June 4 – 2:00 GMT
- June 5 – 12:00 GMT
- June 6 – 2:00 GMT
- June 7 – 12:00 GMT
Because of dann2000 @ HUKD!
Get a OnePlus One 16 GB for merely GBP179, 64 GB for GBP219 is a post from: Mobot.net