Posted by John Scudd
on March 24th, 2016, 12:08 pm GMT
Customers who pre-order the iPhone SE 16GB or 64GB on a Vodafone Red 2GB Bundle for £34 per month (£9 upfront cost) or £40 per month (£9 upfront cost) respectively, will enjoy unlimited texts, unlimited minutes and 2GB of data.
Alternatively, customers can pre-order either memory variant on a Vodafone Red Value 4GB Bundle, at £44 per month for the iPhone SE 16GB or £49 per month for the iPhone SE 64GB. Again, both have a £9 upfront cost and include unlimited texts, unlimited minutes and 4GB of data, as well as a choice of free access to Netflix (available until 31 March 2016), Sky Sports Mobile TV, Spotify Premium or a NOW TV Entertainment Pass for 6 months.
Posted by Mark Holland
on March 22nd, 2016, 6:10 pm GMT
In last few years, the choice for e-readers have not much increased, as Amazon only has tried to release some new models in the last year. Again, this does not mean that the era of e-books is going to end. It’s only suggest that the number of people opting for Smartphones and tablets to read books has increased.
Let me tell you that there are some good reasons why you should opt for a dedicated e-reader. First of all, they are cheaper compared to iPad and are simply easy to handle. You can find good deals on e-readers using Argos voucher code. Moreover, when we compare an e-reader with a book, it is lighter and can store hundreds of books in it, all at the same time. This means if you are on a vacation for more than two weeks, you just need to carry an e-reader with you.
Posted by Mark Debenham
on February 24th, 2016, 10:53 pm GMT
In 2014, 57% of retailers worldwide experienced major growth in mcommerce sales, and 79% in 2015. However, due to the inherent limitations of mobile devices and lengthy and complicated check out processes, often enough customers desist and abandon their basket. These poor mobile user experiences amounted up to £6bn in lost revenue by UK retailers and financial services in 2013.
Shoppers now expect to buy in the easiest and most convenient way possible – especially when it comes to payment. Speaking ahead of Internet Retailing Conference last autumn, Jack Smith, group digital director at New Look, set out how the fashion retailer had slimmed down its checkout in order to make it easier for visitors to part with their cash.
Posted by Admin
on February 8th, 2016, 1:03 pm GMT
If you’ve got the next Candy Crush parked in your brain, you need a road map to make it come to life. The first step in all app development starts in the garage—or in your case the app store. So before you begin anything, set up your accounts at Google Play and the iOS store. Then you can merge onto the highway of development.
Identify What Problem Your App Will Solve
The most important thing you need to remember when developing an app is that it has to solve a problem. It has to simplify users’ lives; otherwise, it won’t get downloaded, and you will have wasted quite a bit of cash.