Tag: 3 UK
Three now offering £5 a day unlimited internet deals when abroad
Three are hoping to make using the mobile web while abroad a little less painless by today revealing a new £5-a-day unlimited roaming package. The £5 a day Euro Internet Pass lets Three's network customers access the web to their…
iPhone 4 coming to Three network
Three network have confirmed that they will be getting the iPhone 4 when it launches on June 24th. It's the first time the network have carried an Apple handset, which will also be available from Vodafone, O2, Orange and T-Mobile….
3 network plan more HTC Hero style Spotify bundles
Remember last year's attractive Spotify/HTC Hero bundles from 3? Well if all goes to plan, that's only the start of the network's music streaming tariffs. According to 3's UK CEO Kevin Russell, 3 will be offering Spotify subscription bundles on…
Spotify-ready HTC Hero from 3 now on sale
After an initial £100 outlay on the handset, £35 a month over 24 months will bag you an unlimited Spotify Premium account for 2 years, 750 minutes to other mobiles, unlimited 3-to-3 calls, free Skype-to-Skype calls and unlimited email and internet browsing.
3 gets new mobile TV on demand content thanks to Mobix Interactive deal
UK mobile provider 3 has announced that it will be able to offer a variety of new “on demand” mobile TV programmes including South Park, The Hills and Pimp My Ride UK.
Subscribers who want access to the new content, which bolts on to the existing “3 on Demand” service, can pay between £1.29 and £1.99 for a week’s access to an episode. Features include the ability to pause and resume shows…
3 and O2 launch EyeVibe mobile user generated video site
3 and O2 have announced that they’ve joined forces, bringing their two mobile video services (SeeMeTV and LookAtMe!) together to create what they claim is the UK’s largest open access mobile video community — EyeVibe.
Users are being encouraged to submit quality videos by enticing them with a cut of the download fee (10p per video) each time their content is accessed. Mobile users on flat rate data plans only have to pay for the clip, not any data charges, while other users will have to fork out additional data charges.