SIM-only deals A SIM-only deal offers a package of minutes, texts and mobile data for a monthly cost, much the same as a traditional mobile phone contract. The difference, however, is that you BYOD (Bring-Your-Own-Device) and don’t get a new handset; you get the SIM… only! So, why should you opt for a SIM-only contract? […]
With Huawei being caught up in the Trump trade war, we managed to miss out on getting access to the rather incredible Huawei Mate 30 Pro. The US Trade blacklist of Huawei has prevented it from licensing Android technology from Google and gaining access to Google Services, that are used, to power Google’s apps. […]
Back in the day if you were unsatisfied with your service provider, had poor signal or just wanted a change you had to kiss your cellphone number goodbye. Porting has revolutionized the cellular industry allowing customers to be selective without having to worry about losing their number.
With over 30 stores nationwide and as an industry leader, Cellucity is positioned to provide you with unparalleled service. Offering friendly sales expertise, onsite data support and a range of accessories to kit you out – I believe Cellucity offers a complete and uncomplicated mobile shopping experience.
With the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy Gear S3 Frontier comes the advent of a new buzz word in the cellular industry – e-SIMs. Although there is no word on mass network adoption, the e-SIM is sure to be a real game changer in mobile network technology.
Mobile network Vodacom won’t bill data-usage for a free basic version of Facebook, joining the likes of Cell C in offering zero-rated social networks. Once signed up to the service, Vodacom customers can update their Facebook status and comment on posts even when they do not have data.
On the SIM ONLY Plans you get double the value of the plan, so for example if you are on a Smart M @ R319 per month
Vodacom will be introducing its first “high end” branded smartphone this month in South Africa.