CNET heads to San Diego for Comic-Con, America's pre-eminent entertainment geekfest.
As a GoPhone device, the AT&T Avail by ZTE is a basic Android phone that is also pre-paid, and costs $129.99.
New phone network Alpha Mobile offers unlimited calls to international landlines, as well as some international mobiles, with a £30 pre-pay SIM card.
JD Power's annual survey of UK mobile users suggests we're much happier customers and much more likely to be using smart phones.
Three is going back to basics with new pay as you go deals, complete with decent data prices for pre-pay customers.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is available to pre-order from Three, with pay-as-you-go and contract pricing also confirmed.
If you've been dying to get your hands on an iPhone 3G but didn't want a contract, you'lll be glad to know that the pre-pay option is just around the corner
>If you willingly choose to pay for a movie like "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," you give up your right to complain about your fellow theater-goers. This is the lesson Wilson and I impart to our third co-host today, who got suckered by the trolls on RottenTomatoes into seeing the pre-prequel to Planet of the Apes. This and more on today's 404 podcast!
O2, convinced that any idiot can do banking, is teaming up with NatWest to offer two pre-pay Visa cards to its customers. That'll do nicely
Microsoft just got a patent for disabling your operating system until you pay an "agreed on sum of money." Also, we find out that Palm Pre is going to sell out which means Sprint can save a load on advertising. And Moblin is out for beta testing, even if
Microsoft just got a patent for disabling your operating system until you pay an "agreed-on sum of money." Also we find out that Palm Pre is going to sell out which means Spring can save a load on advertising. And Moblin is out for beta testing, even if you think the name is dumb.