Hi.Ahead if the full site redesign we've enhanced the optimised for mobile site - at mobile.techadvisor.co.ukIt's now fully searchable with over 6 years of content available.If you have an Internet-capable mobile phone please take a look around and let us know if you're responding to this using a mobile (I'm posting this on one).Until we can set cookies for more mobiles you have to log in each time to post on the forums, I'm afraid. But you can browse without logging in, just as on the full site.But we hope this technological barrier will be lifted by handset makers soon!Regards,Simon, PC Advisor Publisher
my mobile a phone pay as you go on o2 is expensive to go on the net so i will drop that offer.does anyone have cheap or free surfing on a mobile?
I'm on pay as you talk with T-Mobile, if I top up just £10 a month, I get free internet and text messages for the whole of the following month.
thanks babybell not sure if a tmobile sim will work on my mobile.
You can always unlock the phone so that it will work.It is legal and can be down for free.This article will tell you how to go about it:click here
that should read "can be done for free"
my o2 is a motorola v3ido you know anyt links or tips
Could you redesign your first sentence please
tullie, I did say that I typed it out on my mobile phone...
Using Nokia 6500c. Nice clear display. Can put magnifying glass away. :) well done PCA
for a bit of quick spam deletion first thing in the morning, when I should be concentrating on what's being said at a meeting with clients.If you're a client, I'm only joking
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