Talkmobile, the UK virtual mobile network from The Carphone Warehouse, has launched a series of 'pay monthly' tariffs that include what's being described as "unlimited mobile internet data".
Prices start from £12 per month for a two-year minimum term contract with a free phone plus 200 inclusive minutes and 200 inclusive texts per month.
The Mobile Money Network, which was founded by Charles Dunstone, Monitise plc and Best Buy Europe last year, says it'll reveal details of its first service tomorrow.
New non-executive Chairman Sir Stuart Rose is set to announce Simply Tap, a service that'll allow consumers using any mobile phone on any network to buy anything from retailers signed up to the platform.
The LG Optimus 3D will launch exclusively at The Carphone Warehouse and Best Buy this spring. It’ll later be available to other UK retailers.
The phone, which was announced at Mobile World Congress in February, has an auto-stereoscopic 4.3-inch display that avoids the need for 3D glasses.
The Amazon Kindle eBook reader is now available at all Best Buy UK stores and around 400 Carphone Warehouse shops as well. Pricing is the same as buying the device directly from Amazon; £111 for the WiFi-only version or £152 for the WiFi/3G Kindle.
Best Buy’s US operation has been offering the Kindle since last year.
Motorola Mobility has today announced that The Carphone Warehouse, Best Buy, Currys and PC World will all be offering its XOOM tablet in the UK.
XOOM is expected to hit the UK in Q2 this year.