In this guide we bust 6 myths about refurbished and second hand phones
We say it’s time to step away from surging prices and confusing contracts, and get smarter about your mobile phone. To us, the mobile phone industry is tired and needs a fresh approach.
What’s the secret to being more eco-friendly when it comes to buying a phone, and is an eco-friendly phone even a thing? Read our guide to find out.
With hiked network prices and new models driving up the cost of owning a smartphone, you’re not alone if you’re wondering how to save money on your phone. Here’s how in five simple steps.
On the surface, 36 month contracts are appealing because they lessen the financial blow of buying the best iPhone models. The reality, though, is very different.
Second hand and refurbished phones are a great way to save. This blog will tell you all about the difference between second hand phones and refurbished phones.
How often do you get a new phone? Every year? Every two? We don’t blame you – we love great technology too. But what becomes of your old phone when you move on?
By way of update from Raylo – we are working hard from our various remote locations to ensure we continue to deliver the high standards we promise to our customers.
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We all know that single use plastics and waste are the enemies, but have you ever stopped to think whether we’re really clued up on recycling and its impact?
Read our used phone buying guide to become used phone savvy and buy yours smartly, safely and securely.
Yesterday saw the launch of the new iPhone 12 in Apple’s virtual ‘Hi, Speed’ event, a globally-anticipated date that ironed out the rumours surrounding the new iPhone 12. Apple’s CEO Tim Cook called the launch “the beginning of a new era for the iPhone.”
Dubious 0% APR claims are yet another dodgy tactic from the phone networks that hurt the consumer. But, that doesn’t mean you have to go along with it.
Phone leasing, network contracts & buying – here, we debunk the most popular options in the smartphone industry to help you determine which one is better for your pocket (and the planet).
Mindfulness, fitness, socialising with your friends, learning a new language are just some of the things you can do during this Coronavirus lockdown.
Have you ever questioned whether you actually need that deal on data? In this blog we explain how data deals usually work and how you can better understand how much data you really need.
By cherry-picking the best plans we have so far saved our customers an average of £21 per month on their SIM costs.
With the addition of the Refurbished iPhone X, we are now committed to sustainability in a number of ways, the foremost being our circularity model.
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?
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.
Whether you’re pinching pennies or front-crawling through fifties, the start of a new year is a good excuse to check in with your finances and see if you could save money on everyday essentials.
If your contract’s almost up, or has been for a while, now is definitely the time to ask about a SIM-only deal. Then come and join the Raylo party. 🎉
Here are six free iPhone apps to boost your balance in 2020.
We’re getting to grips with the “bill shock” problem, and what you can do to avoid overspending on your phone bill.
What are these companies getting so wrong about customer service? If customer satisfaction is so low, why aren’t they doing more about it? And how, in spite of such low scores, do they manage to dominate the industry? Let’s take a look.
Ultimately, the best provider for you will come down to your specific needs. Check out to see which is the best for you.
Our community spoke and we listened!
A circular economy looks at how we can perpetually reuse and recycle materials in a way that’s more sustainable for the planet.
Raylo raises £2.9m to fund its expansion.
The headache of roaming isn’t going away any time soon. But, arm yourself with the right information and you can avoid the worst of it.
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.
Are you being overcharged as a loyal customer? Check out our blog to find out.
Is the smartphone we're reading and tweeting on costing us the earth? If so, it's up to us to choose the most sustainable option out there.
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.
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.
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.
The iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max feature Apple’s most advanced camera offering to date. And, for filmmakers and photographers, it’s proving to be a revelation.
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.
You can now get the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max for even less.
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?