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Simply Business SIM Only. Get 4x the data with 20GB for the price of 5gb. 24 month @ three business
Found 20th JunFound 20th Jun
Price exclusive of VAT at 20%. Price includes £5 monthly discount for paying by a recurring method, such as Direct Debit. 20GB data. £12.50 a month.* 24 month Advanced Plan … Read more

Lock down to 4G 800mhz and 1800mhz beats Three’s 2100mhz 3G. Between the 5G spectrum auction it won and the U.K.Broadband spectrum it bought built up areas (like London) will be well served by Three when 5G comes around. Throw up new spectrum cells on base sites with EE doing the same. o2 however bought the only 4G in the spectrum auction (along side the main 5G) so their offering is just as good. Voda and EE seem content playing with Broadband, landlines and lesser 5G wins. The higher the frequency the less it travels and less it penetrates brick/concrete - so 800/900mhz generally cover wide open spaces and higher frequencies built up areas, or a mix of both on base sites. One one thing is sure - 5G really is Three and o2s focus as it doesn’t play with wired networks, it’s fully investing in a wireless future with 5G with the best purchases. Cant be long now till Three Wireless Home Broadband is launched with all that 5G spectrum, I imagine. 12m £20 unlimited (4G) Broadband with Three (via sister Relish) already exists in London - when this is rolled into Three with 5G it’s gonna be something else - there’s no Openreach annual line fee to pay so that benefits consumers, it already owns half the base station network along with EE so it’s a case of getting base stations updated and new hardware modems - the unlimited £20 (40mbps) plans may well disappear for new capped 5G plans so it may be worth considering now.


I did notice that inside signal is a bit pants (outside London) but it seems to be fine outside... recently updated my Samsung S8+ (BTU) firmware and they have just enabled WiFi calling without needing the Three InTouch App which is great :). I'm lucky enough to get WiFi at work and obviously at home :)


Haha, no worries.


Sorry. I meant to say that their indoors signal is very poor. Possibly a technical limitation on the frequency they own? Apologies about the snarky mention about London.


Not everyone lives in London (lol) But I understand your plight. Newcastle upon Tyne signal is good.

Free Event - 'How to Register a Company' by Companies House - Exeter 12 July 2018 1700h
12/07/2018Expires on 12/07/2018Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Exeter Library, Castle Street 1700h - 1830h Open to the public for free - they will explain step by step how to open a company. More details by clicking on 'get deal'
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Won't attend but heat anyway. Give yourself a pat on your pack if you know how to register a company, but for others that don't and want more info, this caters to them. Moreover, might be a good opportunity to network.


Agreed. It takes minutes to register, it's very easy and if you can't follow a few easy steps you really need to back away from trying to run your own company.


Agreed. Even if we don't know what to ask, we might learn with other people's questions present there.


Not sure why cold. It's useful stuff to know about regardless. And it's a very boring read so a talk will probably be better.

Learn Business English with MosaLingua (Premium Edition) - Free @ Google Play
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
★ To help you learn business English and immerse yourself in the world of work, our method has been designed for those who have little time for learning. ★ MosaLing… Read more
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Repeat after me, "Every Journey Matters." In high English competence level," Every" means "Not every", viz, opposite meaning is used in actual management, whereas "every" means a wish.


Is this for cityboys? Listen and repeat “The muppets don’t understand they can trade the futures through a block with other liquidity providers.” Listen and repeat "Why didn't you close the deal you fackin melt!?"


- That train has been cancelled to improve the punctuality figures for the rail network in question. Translated into non business speak; It's way easier to hit punctuality figures if you run hardly any trains...


We need World Class, Agile, Blue Sky Thinking to Push the Envelope...


I thought it was about synergies?

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Linksys LGS105 Business 5 Port Desktop Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch, £13.98 (Prime) / £18.47 (non Prime) at Amazon
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
And Ebuyer. Wired connection speed up to 1000 Mbps Attribute of five Gigabit Ethernet auto-sensing ports Auto power-down disables unused ports Smart power for short cable runs… Read more

That is great for the community (cheeky)


Well, I was confused when I saw a 5 port switch going for almost as much as an 8 port switch and getting so hot. This is the first time I think I've ever seen a 5 port switch posted here, most posts have been for the more usual 8 port switch, but as none have been posted recently, I've just posted one.


You're confused :/


Why get a 5 port switch when you can get a 8 port switch for about £1 more?


Still useless

Creation Everyday Credit Card - Absolutely NO fees worldwide or in the UK. You can withdraw cash in the UK and abroad and with a lower rate.
Refreshed 12th JunRefreshed 12th Jun
Everyday Credit Card. If you’re looking for a card with one simple low rate and no usage fees, then take a look at the Everyday Credit Card. This is another superb card in my trav… Read more

I am certainly not your attitude.


Buying stuff on the internet from overseas will not be charged foreign exchange fees, benefit from Mastercard rates? Is this like the Halifax Clarity card others have used, or different? Also, would this work with Google Pay?


This is the company also deal with currys pc world credit, today I bought a 55'' Samsung tv and I used this company.... hope I done the right thongs.....


Awful company to deal with, they run the Asda credit cards.


wouldnt the "all rounfer" be better? Want to get 0% interest for up to 20 months on Balance Transfers and Purchases? 0% interest for 20 months on Balance Transfers (with a 3% handling fee or £3, whichever is greater) for balances transferred within 90 days of account opening0% interest on your card Purchases for up to 20 months from account openingNo annual fee

Free business account with starling bank
Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
In addition to the fee free personal account starling account also offer a business account. Good for any online business that accepts payments online. Does not accept cash or cheq… Read more
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Gonna use the tsb fiasco to get out of my mortgage early! Can't access the accounts online for weeks just acknowledged my complaint but nothing else. Joke of a bank. Just a few months ago offered to go on a ten year fix. Thought it would have been free money for them but still wanted to charge me exit fees for existing. I know thats the deal but normally if you renew thought they would have done something. Ever since sabtel took over its been a disaster. Why doesn't this country ever learn that mergers only destroy value ultimely. Can't wait to get out


The same could have been said for TSB, with issues accessing current accounts. I'm still waiting for compensation - 6 weeks and counting...


Couldnt the same be said about any business bank account though?


I would NOT run a business account with these guys or Revolt from my experience (accounts frozen/suspended/restricted). You could easily have your account frozen and be without your funds which could really hurt a small business.


Main account got payments in and also Int payments.

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A5 black n red notebook £2.50 with prime delivery £6.99 Non Prime @ Amazon
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Great hardback notebooks, back down to £2.50 with prime delivery. These won't stay at this price for long!
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5 for 12 is still available, although this deal is gone


90gsm <3 thanks


Don't need it. Totally bought it. Thanking you good sir.


nice one


I use one per year on average so a 5 pack would take 5 years to get through an a saving of 10p a year

Microsoft 5KV-00002 Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard and Numeric Pad, UK Layout (Business Packaging) - Monotone £49.97 @ Amazon
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
I've been on the lookout for a decent ergonomic keyboard since developing pains in my wrists, RSI I guess - from work (honest!). They actually bought me a pretty extreme split-styl… Read more
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Went to Costco. They told me to do one. :/


why dont you ask costco?


Is that Amazon gift card offer still going at Morrisons?


I've had mine for a few years now at work and used to get awful elbow pains when using the computer for more than a few hours. Can't remember the last time I've moaned about my elbow pain now! The keyboard does take some getting used to especially if you've not used an ergonomic keyboard before and the mouse itself is brilliant. I don't have large hands but I've got longer than usual fingers but this doesn't cause a problem since the clickable surface itself is quite long itself. The mouse has a re-mappable key (have to install Microsoft's software) that by default operates as the Windows key. The separate numpad is great too. I'm often in two minds about replacing my mechanical gaming keyboard at home with one of these.


Thanks, I'm actually using a vertical mouse so that's no big loss for me. Appreciate your help, I may dive in! (ninja) Unless anybody has seen a cheaper option??

SONY BRAVIA KD75XE8596BU 75" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR £1698.96 @ Pc world business
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Hoping it helps someone that wanted this beast of a TV. More than 10 available at the time of posting
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Looks like it mate, good work!


Oh, sorry to hear that mate. Seems I got the last good deal...


Just tried phoning the Leeds store but apparently their head office has e-mailed all stores to indicate that it can no longer be sold at a price less than £1,999 ;(


Did you speak to David on the phone or on Live Chat? It was David I spoke to on LiveChat but he said they've been told they can no longer offer it unfortunately.


Ask David, he said he'd honour it for others

XIAOMI MY001CN AI Translator 14 Languages All-metal Body Global Travel Business Interpreter - Grey £37.92 @ geekbuying
Found 28th MayFound 28th May
use code PKSVLCQD at checkout to fetch price down to £37.92 Highlights 14 Languages AI Translator and covers 170 countries and districts, including Chinese, English, Janpane… Read more

Received today, returned tomorrow! You need another translator unless you speak chinese, to pair the device you hear numbers in chinese. After that is just trouble to get it connected to the wifi hotspot and impossible to connect to another wifi. On top you have to be online and the translator connected via wifi to do anything. Not helpful if you have no data plan or connected to any wifi. A lot better alternative is Google Translate app which you can translate pictures as well.




Have you been to London? (skeptical) I can't really go into it on this website but experiance it for yourself, you'll see




Chinese.. translating... HAHAHA


Yes, but that’s the 6000 series which is a different class as well so not just an older model.


What's the difference between the 49NU7100K and the 49NU7000?


Not sure - seems a good price for a new-model 49", over £630 elsewhere. If you must have the latest model then this seems good. However, you can get the previous year range (MU) much cheaper - e.g. £520 for the UE49MU6400 from Richer Sounds - I have the 40" version of that which is a great TV


why cold?

Get Free Tickets to The Business Show - Excel London
Found 2nd MayFound 2nd May
Hi Friends ,tickets for The Business Show 2018 are completely FREE. if any body interested simply click Get free tickets from the website and register your details and a copy o… Read more
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hmm make sense (popcorn)


This information wasn't included in the original post. You still have to click to find out where the Business Show actually is. London's a big place. Note that even you've had to google 'Excel London', not just 'London'. 'London' alone is not enough information. The original post does not include enough information to avoid someone needed to click the link to find out where it's located.



You still have to click to find out where it's actually located. The location (as in the venue) should be included in the post. Just saying London is not enough information or you wouldn't have people asking where it's located...


Yes it is. London is the location. Excel is the venue (y)

100x Grey Mailing Courier / Postal Bags - 6 x 9 - £1.61 + free delivery @ Amazon (seller:Elite-Packaging)
Found 2nd MayFound 2nd May
What more is there to say? They're 0.0161p each and are very handy to have. Haha whoops... forgive my awful maths, i have man-flu. It's 1.61p each.

Yes bought many times from that seller, well recommended


Are these the ones?


Wondering if I will be able to fit t-shirt or light cardigan inside a bag of this size?


Surprised this plastic hasn't been banned with all the latest nonsense! I'm all for saving the environment but don't take away my straws before you replace them with cardboard ones! I'm looking at you McDonald's!!! + as it's black plastic non recyclable in my county!


This is very cheap if you send small items out. Normally cost £3 Min. For £1.62 delivered - you can not go wrong.... HOT Remember it is just the bag and they are thin but not easy brakeable.

350 Mbps for £32pm with Virgin Media Business Broadband. 24 month contract - £768 total cost
Found 29th AprFound 29th Apr
If are self employed or registered with COMPANIES HOUSE at your home address you can have this at house too. Just out of my contract with VM for which I was paying £42.95 for 100M… Read more

No. They are not. It's coaxial. It's not fibre, it's not FTTP. It's coaxial... a copper cable. And outside it's coaxial as well. It's only fibre once the cable reaches the CMTS. Don't try to tell people this is fibre. It maybe "fibre-like" .. kind of, as in terms of speed, but in every other way .. it's nothing like fibre (like the huge latency for one)


I have 200mb broadband, been with Virgin for like 20 years now. We have issues in the area up till August they said they'll get it fixed. Since about Janurary. We constantly have our internet throughout the year going down 100% for days, they wont even give us mobile data to replace, so I have to buy my own data sim which costs a lot.


Yes thanks I'll choose the same package assuming VM provide the service when they say they will.


No, coax from the CMTS to your house. Fibre to the CMTS from the PoP. You're talking about FTTP.


Pretty much all UK ISPs are terrible at advertising upload speed and even worse informing the customer of traffic shaping / throttling. I couldn't care less if my download is 350 or 200 but I do want a decent upload speed so had to go for the higher 350 package. 20 up is still pretty poor for the price though.

EE Business Deal Apple iPHONE X, 100GB DATA, £8.33 upfront £64 p/m 24 months £1544.33 @ EE
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Very good business deal - just upgraded on EE got iPhone for £8.33 with 100GB data
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Thanks for all the feedback - obviously the deal is not for everyone - but it works for me


Anyone got a better way/deal for getting an iPhone X ?


yet still you keep posting.....


Thank god someone else understand business logic. I refuse to spoonfeed the trolls...


Again, i say find a better business deal......

Bond Star 5x Pack Glue Sticks was originally £1.50 then 42p now 17p instore @ Asda Toryglen
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Bond Star 5x Pack Glue Sticks was originally £1.50 then 42p now 17p @ Asda Toryglen
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Free Android Phone for TSB Online for Business Users
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Bit niche is this, but I'm eligible and I know two more people who are - and it's FREE! TSB Bank Plc (“TSB”) are providing an Alcatel Pixi 3.5 smartphone as a free gift to … Read more
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Awww I'm with Lloyds for biz :(


I have no intention of using it - selling on FleeBlay for £25-35, people there will buy anything!


i got one of these new for about a tenner. actually the phone was under a quid and the top up was a tenner. absolutely terrible phone


You'll have to try using this phone with their app to know what I mean... I would guess you'll end up inputting the wrong details and locking yourself out - It really isn't worth it There is really nothing convenient about it! A cheap calculator would be more useful


If the waiter put's 2 after dinner mints down on your plate, you can't grumble because they're After 8's. They're free!!!!!

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