A month after launch, EE is now supplying SIM cards to put in your LTE phone, no matter where you bought it. But some customers are stuck without any service as they're unable to activate their SIM. Other customers complain in customer forums and on Twitter that they can only make calls because of problems processing new contracts. Which is doubly galling: the whole point of signing up to EE and forking out for 4G is to take advantage of super-fast data speeds. EE faced a few teething problems as customers switched from other networks, with some being sent the wrong SIM card. With any new service, a few problems -- while annoying to the individuals in question -- are to be expected, but as problems rumble on, some customers are threatening to ditch the new network.
The 4G network's SIM-only deals, which require you to buy a phone separately, were originally intended to launch two weeks ago, Deals are £10 cheaper than contracts that come with a phone, starting at £21 per month for 500MB of data, Paying £26 per month gets you 1GB of data, £31 nets you 3GB, and £36 per month gives you 5GB to play with, Unlike the line-up of phone contracts, there's no 8GB option for heavier data users, In order to sign up for a vintage books ft jane austen & more iphone case SIM-only deal, you need to buy an iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE or other 4G phone from EE or elsewhere, Your ongoing phone bill will be cheaper, but you have to pay full price for the phone itself..
Are you on EE? How's your experience of the first 4G network? Or are you considering signing up? Have the prices or the complaints put you off? Tell me your thoughts in the comments or on our Facebook page. EE has kicked off its SIM-only deals -- but some customers are already quitting the UK's first 4G network. EE has kicked off its SIM-only deals -- but some customers are already talking about quitting the UK's first 4G network. 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.
To add a social flavor, Here Maps lets users create and save maps that can be accessed by others, Users can also share points of interest, Nokia showed off Here at a special event last week, The cloud-based platform was touted by Nokia CEO Stephen Elop, who said that the platform is capable of "transforming mapping." He noted that the application's goal is "creating more personal maps that change how we navigate our lives."But that's not all, Elop also mentioned that "openness is what sets Here apart," adding that it will be vintage books ft jane austen & more iphone case coming to most mobile operating systems in the coming months, A software development kit for Android, in fact, is rolling out in the first quarter of 2013..
Here Maps for iOS comes with step-by-step voice-guided navigation for travelers on foot. The app also features walk navigation through pedestrian walkways and parks. Considering it's a mapping application, Nokia has of course bundled driving directions into the program. Nokia's push to iOS is a thinly veiled attempt to capitalize on the mapping kerfuffle impacting iOS 6 users. With that launch, Apple decided to nix Google Maps in favor of its own Maps application. But it wasn't long after launch that Apple CEO Tim Cook was forced to apologize to users, citing Maps' many issues, including incorrect maps, duplicate landmarks, and other odd errors. Apple suggested competing mapping applications available in the App Store for users to consider while it works out the kinks.
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