Have you seen Sky Mobile’s “It’s not me, its you” ads on billboards lately?
Well, in recent weeks there has been quite a change to the benefit of consumers, especially mobile phone users.
Mobile phones are everyday life. In the UK, this sector is a huge business, especially since the island pays a little differently and you can afford slightly better phones on a monthly subscription.
Personally, I am not and never have been a supporter of subscriptions in the UK. Therefore, the introduction of the requirement of easy operator change and even easier number portability using only text messages (SMS) became something groundbreaking, so I decided to take a look at it.
I have been in the UK since 2010 and so far, I have gone through several mobile networks in search of the one that will suit me best when it comes to calling in the UK, the Internet in a mobile phone, but also calls to the world - and not only to Poland.
Like many Poles, I started with O2, for a short time with Vodaphone, Three UK (3), then moved to GiffGaff (which is based on O2 infrastructure as a virtual operator). As I have never been a fan of subscriptions in the UK, GiffGaff offered me full freedom and more…