Why do we still use SIM cards in our mobiles? Things are about to change, though. eSIMs are poised to become the new standard for connecting your mobile to a network.
We used to own products so that we could access them whenever we wanted. Now we don’t need to – and that’s going to change everything.
The modern world is fuelled by data and the big networks are on a mission to convince us that we need more data than we really do. Are you ready to take back control?
Trading in your old iPhone is a minefield full of conditions, hurdles and pitfalls. What's the best route to take?
Are you being overcharged as a loyal customer? Check out our blog to find out.
Why would you pay extra for the iPhone 11 Pro or Pro Max? It’s a good question – but one that we feel is answered by a few key features that are exclusive to the Pro series.
Find out more about SIM-only deals and how they could be a smart way for you to get the best iPhone contract.
Is there a more sustainable choice when it comes to your phone? In the UK, phone ownership is overwhelmingly the norm – and we think this is part of the problem. We explore how you can minimise the impact of your new phone through subscription.
As your phone increasingly becomes integrated with every facet of your life, the expense and hassle of breakage shouldn’t be underestimated. In the last two years alone nearly one quarter of us have experienced a smashed screen. We delve into whether insurance is worth it.
A device sitting in a draw helps neither the owner nor the environment. That’s why we’re making it easy for our customers to put gadgets back into the market for someone who needs it. This is now driving a circular economy, which is good for people and the planet.
Recent regulation from Ofcom means that customers can now switch mobile providers by simply sending one free text message. At Raylo, we believe this move is only the start of a major shift in the industry.
As it stands the mobile space is not known for being the most sustainable of industries and there is much still to be done to move it away from that but we want to start in the right way, by making a responsible choice with our case. The numbers say it all, more than 400 million pounds of plastic are used to manufacture approximately one billion plastic phone cases every year. Hopefully our choice will inspire others to follow the same path.
We've rounded up the latest leaks, rumours and iPhone renders below to give you a summarised account of what the Apple experts are predicting for the next iPhone coming in September.
From the cars we share to the music we listen to, the modern person’s attitude to what we own has changed dramatically, so what does the future hold?
The combination of a SIM-free phone with a SIM-only contract can save you hundreds of pounds per year.