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Sep

2014

O2 UK enables customers to charge iTunes credit to their mobile bill

Author: The Fonecast

Customers of O2 UK can now buy iTunes codes and charge them directly to their mobile phone account, whether a ‘pay monthly’ bill or ‘pay as you go’ credit.

The iTunes codes can then be used to purchase music, apps, books and videos.

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29

Sep

2014

Carphone Warehouse promises to honour iPhone payments after Phones 4u declines refunds

Author: The Fonecast

Customers who paid in advance for an iPhone 6 from Phones 4u have now been told they won’t receive a refund.

The UK retailer had taken advance orders for three days before going into administration earlier this month.

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Sep

2014

European airlines can now allow mobile phones to remain switched on throughout flights

Author: The Fonecast

Last November, the European Aviation Safety Agency announced plans to permit the use of mobile phones and other personal electronic devices in ‘Flight Mode’ during taxiing, take-off and landing as well as throughout commercial flights.

It’s now introduced new rules that allow these electronic devices - including tablets, smartphones, eBook readers and mp3 players - to be used in their regular ‘connected’ mode when on an aircraft.

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25

Sep

2014

Bendgate and Brickgate: Apple faces complaints from iPhone users on two fronts

Author: The Fonecast

A number of people who’ve brought the new Apple iPhone 6 Plus have taken to social media to complain about the ease with which their smartphone appears to bend.

It’s claimed that the thinner chassis of the largest-ever iPhone is making it much easier for users to inadvertently bend their new phones if they put them in the front or back pockets of trousers.

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25

Sep

2014

New BlackBerry Passport smartphone goes on sale

Author: The Fonecast

BlackBerry has announced a brand new smartphone: the BlackBerry Passport.

It’s equipped with a square screen and has a physical QWERTY keyboard. Each key has a touch-sensitive surface, which means the keyboard can also be used in a similar way to a trackpad.

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