O2 has launched a new service called Travel Alerts, which will allow the mobile operator to alert your credit card issuer or bank if you're smartphone is currently roaming abroad. This will then allow you to use your cards while away without fear of having them decline because your provider believes it to be a fraudulent transaction.
BT is set to merge with EE, and the company has just received the green light from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) in the UK. This body has approved the merger, which clears BT's £12.5 billion acquisition of EE to become the UK's largest mobile telecoms company.
Project Fi has announced data-only SIM cards for tablets and other connected devices. Currently only open to existing Project Fi customers, data-only SIM cards will pull from the same pool of data as your existing devices.
No one likes adverts, but they do help fund various services and online properties (including Mobile Nations!). While many see them as a way to support the content they enjoy, there are times when adverts can be intrusive or downright obstructive, especially on mobile. UK mobile operator EE is stepping in to lend customers a hand.
Verizon has introduced TravelPass, a new way for its customers to use their smartphones overseas at a more affordable cost. With this, you can now pay as little as $2 a day in Mexico and Canada or $10 a day in 65 other countries.
Our pals at Tom's Guide have spent countless hours researching and testing to see how the US carriers compare to each other. The findings reveal that T-Mobile is the best all-around carrier, with Verizon coming in a close second.