27 March 2023 | Admin
The production, transportation, and disposal of mobile phones all contribute to carbon emissions and waste.
One way to reduce this impact is by using eSIMs, which offer several environmental benefits. Additionally, using an eSIM as a 2nd line on a mobile device can reduce the need for a second phone, further reducing the environmental impact of mobile phone usage.
24 May 2022 | Admin
Every small business is becoming more and more reliant on the mobile phone than any other form of communication. Business is now ‘on the move’ and small businesses need a mobile phone service that will allow them to effectively communicate; internally, with customers and with suppliers.
As more staff are using a mobile phone as the primary form of communication, the need to review the mobile service that is never more important.
9 May 2022 | Admin
With most businesses now relying on mobile phones as a primary form of communication, it is vital that business users must find the service that works the best service for them.
Traditionally, business users have had to make do with the same service that is used by millions of teenagers around the world. These services are primarily designed around an individual who typically wants to consume content from streaming sites and social media platforms. They are not designed around a team of people who need to communicate with each other and external parties.
9 May 2022 | Admin
HOW DOES A SIM CARD WORK?
We are all familiar with the small piece of plastic that we insert into our mobile phones, but what does it do?
The SIM, an acronym of Subscriber Identity Module first appeared in the early 1990s when mobile phones moved to the new GSM networks for mobile communications. The SIM is a small piece of plastic that has a computer chip embedded into it, and it acts as a unique identifier when a mobile device is connecting to the GSM network.
22 April 2022 | Admin
The Big Switch Off - back in 2015, BT announced that they will be turning off the Public Switch Telephone (PSTN) and Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) by the end of 2025.
This will bring the use of analogue phone lines to an end and move all phone lines to a fully digital service that will rely on a Broadband connection.
This means that all households and all businesses who are not already using digital telephony services will need to find an alternative.
Let's look at what the options are for both homeowners and business owners.
20 April 2022 | Admin
Over the coming years, the way that internet connections are delivered across the UK is changing. Between now and 2025, Open Reach (the network division of British Telecom) will be upgrading its entire UK broadband network to move it from the traditional copper-based wiring to a more modern, faster network based on fibre optics - The Big Switch Off.