Sainsbury's are following in the footsteps of Tesco by launching an own-branded mobile phone network. Teaming up with Vodafone, Mobile by Sainsbury's will "reward customer loyalty, and offer great quality value-for-money mobile products together with attractive offers." A joint venture…
That’s £99 for a console that’s had its price slashed to £129 a couple of weeks ago anyway. Aren’t things in shops supposed to be getting MORE expensive?
As well as reducing the “entry level” non-hard drive Xbox 360 Arcade to £99 as from today as part of its pre-Christmas price warring, Sainsbury’s is also going against retail recommendations and selling the regular 60GB Xbox 360 for £139…
Supermarket giant Sainbury’s had its website knocked offline for several hours following a break in at the company’s Internet Service Provider, Cable and Wireless. But the thieves weren’t looking for high tech server equipment or valuable customer data – one theory suggests that they were just looking for some copper cabling.
Sainsburys’ web site has broken. The shopping portal is currently redirecting to a “Service Unavailable” message, accompanied by a nice stock photograph of two lemons (pictured). The site went down on Tuesday night, with the problem ruining the dinner plans of the chain’s online shoppers.
Around 10,000 people who have booked deliveries have been left without their shopping, facing the terrifying prospect of having to carry orange plastic bags home themselves for once. Here’s the moment of shame captured for posterity:
So if you’ve booked an online delivery, not only will they have mysteriously run out of all the two-for-one offers…
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