A new smart phone is a big investment, and an investment that you'll want to protect as much as possible. After all, no one wants to throw down £500 or more only to end up with an unusable device. One of the most common protective measures taken for smart phones is a screen protector, but as of recently, you have a choice. There are now two different styles of screen protection available, one glass and one plastic. So which is going to be your best bet? We're taking a look at the ins and outs of both so you can make a good decision!
If you’ve got a mobile, then chances are that at some point storage has been an issue for you. Smartphones are great, but extra memory costs extra money. Yet we all like to pack our phones full of photos, music, videos, and apps. SD cards could be the answer to your problems. Why? How? What? Don’t worry, we’ve got the answers to all your questions and more.
New mobiles cost a fair amount of money these days, and we can't all spend a fortune on getting the phone that we would like to have. And that's where second-hand phones come in. But is a second-hand phone really your best option? We're taking a look at second-hand choices, how to buy them, where to buy them and whether or not you're getting a deal. So if you're looking to save yourself some cash, read on!
Phablets have a lot to offer, and they're certainly one of the fastest growing niches on the smartphone market. With all the functionality of a phone alongside the larger screen of a tablet, a phablet offers you two for the price of one. You get excellent viewing, as well as all the phone functions you need, and you only need to carry one device around with you. But with all the phablets on shelves these days, you might be a little confused as to which is going to be the one to go for. And that's where we come in. Today we're taking a look at some of the best phablet options around, no matter which operating system you're a fan of…
Buying an iPhone is a bit of a large investment, and that means that some people are considering going abroad to get their hands on the latest cool bit of tech. However, heading to the States to buy yourself a new iPhone 6 or 6 Plus might not be to your advantage. Why's that? Read on to find out.
If you're looking into getting a new smartphone you might find all the technical lingo a wee bit confusing. There are so many technological specs associated with buying a phone that knowing what's what can be tough. Not to worry though, we're here to help. In this basic smartphone buying guide, we're taking a look at what the specs on a cell phone mean and what sort of numbers you should be looking for. Don't get a new phone without reading this first!
Here at TigerMobiles.com, we've seen an influx of applications from consumers with bad credit. Our team have answered several questions via live chat and in the Q&A section on this topic. And as a result, we've learnt there are a lot of myths when it comes to credit scores.
We think it's important to know what sort of things impact your credit history and how that affects your chance of getting a contract phone if you do have poor credit. That's why we're going to debunk some of the most common myths when it comes to credit scoring for mobile phones.