Take a look at the Samsung Galaxy S4's highly crafted design, with a large screen size and long battery life. Packed full of innovative features, the Galaxy S4 is designed to bring your world together.
With the Nokia Lumia 925, beauty is more than skin deep. It’s about Nokia’s most innovative camera allowing you can capture stunning images even when the lights are low.
The Sony Xperia SP offers the best of Sony with a stunning premium design and a range of technologies including a high-quality screen for the ultimate viewing experience; the latest camera features for impressive pictures and videos; NFC connectivity for One-touch function and Battery STAMINA Mode for extended battery life.
The best-in-class keypad just got better. The Q10 also lets you plan events easily, collecting your photos, emails, web links and messages together in one place.
It’s the one item we all use more than anything else, but what does your smartphone make other people think about you? We decided to find out, and the results were quite surprising.
The DEFY+ is the latest rugged device from Motorola, bringing both software and hardware improvements to it’s big selling predecessor, the Motorola DEFY. Being water/scratch resistant and dust proof, the DEFY+ continues the Life Proof headline.
The HTC One simplifies and innovates with forward-thinking technology - all in a slim and robust, Full HD smartphone. Discover over 300 remarkable new features, including a first-of-its-kind living photo gallery and dual frontal stereo speakers.
The Xperia Z is packed with a raft of features - but what really makes it stand out from the crowd? We loaned it to a baby to find out.
We asked 2,000 Brits what they’re planning to do with their smartphones, tablets and music players. And it seems that our nation is quite a generous bunch.
Hopefully it won't happen to you, but would you know where to start if you were separated from your phone? Here's what to do if you lose your mobile or you become a victim of theft.
The Xperia™ Z is a precision engineered full HD smartphone with a 5” full HD display, and long battery life. Plus it’s water resistant so you can text in the rain.
2012 saw the release of some fantastic mobile phones. Take a look at our great ideas for mobile phone gifts – giving you plenty of inspiration about the best phones to buy for your loved ones, or for yourself.
If you’re looking for all-round performance and the latest technology at an affordable price, look no further. The Windows Phone 8S by HTC is packed with great features that make everyday tasks easier and more enjoyable.
If you’ve recently upgraded your phone to an iPhone 5, or if you’re thinking about upgrading, Three makes it really simple to get a nano-SIM. Here's what you need to know - and how to get one.
Despite the popularity of Apple and Android phones, the number of BlackBerry® owners is continuing to grow. Luckily the features that the BlackBerry® operating system offers is expanding too.
The latest update to the Windows operating system, has just been released – and the first phones it’s coming to on Three are the Windows Phone 8X and 8S by HTC. Here are eight of our favourite features.
With the same design heritage as the Samsung Galaxy S III, the stylish and compact Galaxy Fame has a 3.5inch display, 5 megapixel camera, 3GB of internal storage and a fast 1.0 GHz processor for seamless browsing, gaming and downloading.
For the most powerful Windows Phone 8 with Beats Audio, look no further than the Windows Phone 8X by HTC.
iPhone 5 is the thinnest, lightest iPhone ever and features a 4-inch display, as well as new EarPods. Click here to check out a full breakdown of the features.
The Sony Xperia™ T offers the ultimate HD experience. The 13 megapixel camera with Fast Capture allows you to take perfect photos quickly, even in low light. You can view your photos in razor-sharp clarity on the HD Reality Display with Mobile BRAVIA® Engine or easily connect to your TV to share them on a bigger screen with friends and family.
So you’ve got your brilliant shiny new toy but you’re unsure about where to go for support? Don’t worry: Three is here to help you with the most common issues. We show you how to find help for your phone, dongle, MiFi or tablet.
So you’ve been holding out for the next smartphone and now you’re ready to move up in the mobile world. Whether you want to go online or get some help instore, Discover offers some advice on the different ways to get yourself a new phone that’s right for you.
Festival season is underway – and we all know you’d be lost without your phone to stay in touch and stay on the ball. Follow these tips to keep your phone safe, topped up and at the top of its game.
At Discover it’s our job to help you get the very most out of your mobile experience. This month we answer questions on using your phone abroad, keeping your existing number and what to do if your device is lost or stolen.
Shame portraits, shameful music selections, pictures of ex-lovers; there are a variety of reasons why you could be one of a growing number of mobile hoarders.
What is a SIM plan, why would you want one, and is your phone actually ready for one? Discover has all the answers you’re looking for. Find out all you need to know to help you get started and to make the choice that suits you.
What's so different about the latest update to Google’s Android operating system? Discover looks into Jelly Bean and tells you which phones are currently able to run it.
Acoustic guitarist Newton Faulkner is back in the music charts with a UK #1 album, Write It On Your Skin. The Brit-nominated singer tells Discover all about his phone habits and why he’s so mean on Twitter…
The Samsung Galaxy S III has been dubbed ‘the human phone’ because it really gets to know you and what you need from your phone and works in harmony with you. It's packed with features including an amazing HD screen and super-fast processor. Find out more.
Enjoy unlimited gloating, browsing and photo uploading while you’re away with the Euro Internet Pass for £5 a day. On the network built for the internet.
The stylish, affordable Sony Xperia U really stands out from the crowd. With illumination strips at the base of the phone and changeable caps you can customise the colour, depending on your mood. Take a look...
Stepping up from the Samsung Galaxy Ace, the Ace 2 brings a whole host of improvements to a very popular smartphone. Boasting a bigger 3.8” screen, faster 800 MHz dual-core processor and an impressive 4GB of storage for music, photos, apps and other files, it builds on the great features of its predecessor
If you're looking for great all-round performance and the latest technology at an affordable price, look no further. The HTC One V is packed with high-end features that make everyday tasks easier and more enjoyable.
Get the most advanced HTC experience yet. With an amazing camera, authentic Beats Audio™ sounds and powerful quad-core processor, it’s one incredible smartphone. Made even more amazing on Three.
Get the most advanced HTC experience yet. With an amazing camera, authentic Beats Audio™ sounds and powerful quad-core processor, it’s one incredible smartphone. Made even more amazing on Three.
Here's a tasty treat for all you Android users out there - Android 4.0, aka Ice Cream Sandwich. Yes, the latest software update for Android phones has finally arrived, and we have all the mouth-watering details right here.
Our research showed that it wasn't always easy to set up BlackBerry Messenger - a free way to talk to friends with BlackBerrys. So here's Emily to tell you more about how to set up BBM on your phone.
If you love your Gmail, YouTube, Maps, Search and Calendar, you might be surprised to know that all these Google inventions are built into Android phones as standard. Read more about the benefits of Android here.
We're on the case. Measuring our data usage for a fortnight to bring you real life facts and figures from the front line. How much data does it take to get twenty emails? Drive to Oxford? Stalk your friends on Facebook?
We've all heard of 12, 18 and 24 month contracts. But what about a contract that lasts for a month? In this article we take a look at what it is and why you might want to get one.
Compare our smartphone plans and see which package suits you best, we’ve got something for everyone. From all-you-can-eat data options to 250MB plans, they all guarantee no surprise data bills. With built-in usage alerts, you can never spend more than you planned on data.
Stephen from our Basildon 3Store tells us what he loves about the Samsung Galaxy S II - and why he'd recommend it. From the crisp screen to the thousands of apps you can download from Google Play, it's also lightweight, good looking and simple to use.
Made for entertainment: The Samsung Galaxy Note with a 5.3” Super AMOLED display. Sketch drawings, take notes or doodle to your heart's content with the S Pen stylus. Plus a 1.4GHz dual-core processor gives you the efficiency of a PC in the palm of your hand.
Forget worrying about the internet on your smartphone. With an Ultimate Internet plan, it's all taken care of. With no data limits and inbuilt usage alerts for calls and texts, you can just relax and enjoy using your phone.
Only after a small data allowance? How's 250MB for you? Our Essential Internet plans let you stay in complete control. Get an alert when you hit your limit and add extra data if you need it.
We've squeezed as much as we can into The One Plan: our original all-you-can-eat data plan. It's also our only plan offering tethering as standard. With all the internet you'll ever need, loads of minutes and tons of texts, it's perfect if you want to use your smartphone to the max.
As Britons continue adding smartphones, tablets, laptops, dongles and more to our technology collections, we're becoming a nation of multiple gadget owners. Will there eventually be more phones than humans? And more importantly, can we train them to do the dishes?
If you're planning a trip abroad, don't waste valuable suitcase space on computers, cameras, cables and clutter. To capture great photos, message friends and stay in touch with family, your smartphone's all you need - and here's why.
If you're not sure what you get for 250MB each month, we've got a breakdown right here. With just over 8MB of data a day, read what an Essential Internet plan would let you do. We also take you through how we worked it out. So if you're curious, have a read!
With half of us using our smartphones to shop on the go, more and more people are treating themselves - or just getting the groceries - on their phones. In fact, mobile shopping has doubled in popularity in just two years. The question is: are you doing it?
Mystic powers come in handy. Pin the tail on the donkey, buying lottery tickets, talking to dogs... But for those of us that don't have them, how do you know how many minutes, texts and megathingys you've got left in your monthly allowance?
Thinking about switching to Three? Put off by the hassle of moving networks? No need to stress: follow our easy checklist and you'll see that switching to a new network's easier than you might have thought.
Training regime losing steam? Get inspired by Olympians Steve Backley and Roger Black. With fitness challenges ranging from the plank to a suprisingly testing 'standing sit', you can also pit yourself against others by filming your achievements on your phone.
Running on the new BlackBerry 7 operating system, this phone combines performance & power in a slim, compact design. A touchscreen and Qwerty keypad plus expandable memory make this BlackBerry a real contender.
Stop worrying about data limits and start enjoying endless e-books, apps that’ll help you get fitter, unlimited music and more. All as much as you like. With all-you-can-eat data from £15, you can get it on any phone, any plan, or even on a SIM or Pay As You Go.
The stylish and affordable Nokia Lumia 710 with Windows Phone 7.5 and a fast 1.4GHz processor. Enjoy free sat nav with spoken directions from Nokia Drive. Plus great artists and all their latest releases with Nokia Music.
Does your phone always die at critical moments? Like when you're looking for the last train home, sending an epic email or in the middle of a make-or-break conversation? Read our tips for making your battery last longer and never be caught out again.
Heard of Spotify? It's an online music service that lets you listen to music on your phone or computer, wherever you are. We explain how it works and how you can get it - and give you our advice for getting even more out of it.
Drawers full of old mobile phones? Don't bin them. Reuse, recycle, donate or sell them and do your bit for the planet. In fact, sell a more recent handset and you could get hundreds of pounds towards your next phone.
It's fun, free and easy to chat to friends all around the world using Skype. Make voice or video calls and send instant messages whenever you like. If you haven't heard of Skype, find out all about how it works here - and read our top ten tips for getting even more out of it.
Pickpockets. Unfamiliar places. Poolside cocktails. Holidays are full of hazards for your mobile device. So before you go, read our tips to keep your phone safe on your travels - and make sure you know what to do if the worst happens.
Bring home a sombrero and a novelty bull, not a whopping data bill. Whether you're heading to the mountains, the beach or a bustling city, here's some advice on making sure you don't get stung for data while you're abroad.
Spare a thought for your old handsets, lying abandoned at the bottom of a drawer. Gathering dust, using up valuable sock storage space... Hang on - maybe you can make them work for you for a change. We've got some ace ways to upcycle your phone.
There's been a public outcry that mobile phone companies claim to offer unlimited data when in fact there’s a cap on how much you can use. But on Three, you can go online as much as you like without worrying about your phone bill.
NFC. Not, as you might think, a football club, but a pretty handy new feature that's on more and more smartphones. Imagine never needing a wallet again. No coins, no notes, no cards... With NFC, you could pay for anything using your phone.
Quite rapid? Quacks rock? Find out what QR really means and what those little black and white boxes can do for you. Get your eye in and you'll see them everywhere, from posters to bus shelters - and even in shops.
Surprise! Got a corker of a bill? Before you reach for the phone to query the charges, give this video a watch. We'll take you through the reasons why your bill might be higher than you thought, and explain why you're charged more for some things.
Viruses and malware sound frightening enough - and that's before you've got to trojans and worms. The world of security is a scary place if you don't know how real the threats are. We take a look at apps and how you can keep your phone safe from the dodgy ones.
We get quite a few questions about all-you-can-eat data here at Three HQ. Is it really unlimited? Is there a fair use policy? What's it got to do with eating? We asked Emily from Support to put the record straight.
Featuring a dual core processor for a smoother, faster experience plus 4.3" sAMOLED+ screen, 8 megapixel rear camera and 1.3 megapixel front camera, HD video capture and playback, Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) operating system, slim design and an improved battery.
Just got your first bill from us? Thinking it should be lower than it is? Fear not: here's Emily to explain why your first bill's often a little bit higher (and it'll be back to normal the next month).
Plop. That was your phone. In the toilet. It happens to the best of us. But if it happens to you, what should you do? Here's some helpful advice to save your phone from a watery grave.
It’s bitterly cold and your phone starts ringing. The call might be urgent; you’ve got to take it – but you’ve got your gloves on and you know your fingers are going to be freezing in the cold air… So what's the solution?
It's Nokia's first ever Windows phone to launch in the UK: the Nokia Lumia 800 has style written all over it. With an 8 megapixel camera and a stunning curved design, it has everything you need to make the everyday a little more exciting.
There's something special about a BlackBerry. And if you've got one, you might not even know what it is. Here's Emily to tell us more about BlackBerry Internet Services.
With a full QWERTY keypad, the E5 is made for messaging. It's got a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash and a practical 2.4" screen. Great for business.
Everything made easy with the BlackBerry Torch 9800's touch and type slider design, combining Qwerty keypad and touchscreen. Featuring BlackBerry® 6 operating system, a 5 megapixel camera with face detection, Optical Trackpad for one-handed control and 8GB memory.
When you go into a mobile phone shop, you’ll probably be asked if you’re looking for an 'Android' phone. And if the only androids you're familiar with are Spock and Data from Star Trek, you need to read our introduction to the Android OS.
A shiny new phone can make a fantastic gift at any time of the year. But the choice can be overwhelming - especially if you don't know a megapixel from a megabyte. Our handy guide's here to help you find the best phone for your loved ones.
It can be tempting to use your phone when you're driving. But it's not just dangerous, it can also land you in hot water with the police - with a fine or even worse. Take our advice for some safer ways to use your phone in the car.
Experience the very latest Android software and a true HD screen. Running Ice Cream Sandwich, the Nexus is impressively built, with a 4.65” display and a super-slim 8.84mm curved design.
Improve your tech knowledge and get ahead at the pub quiz by swotting up on operating systems. What are they and why should you care? We take a quick dip into the OS world.
The next generation Curve, with a host of enhancements plus the stuff you already love. Featuring 2.44" screen plus BlackBerry®'s famous Qwerty keypad and NFC. Plus BlackBerry® 7 operating system, a 5 megapixel camera with flash and GPS - all in a sleek design, just 11mm thin.
Most of us joined the mobile phone world when it was only possible to call and text - but a smartphone allows you to do so much more than that. Check out some of the great things you can do with a smartphone here.
We assume it's a piece of cake to switch SIM cards and transfer all your contacts. And some people make it look easy. But is it really that simple? Hear Vicki's experience as she trades in her old phone for a brand new Android.
More people than ever are switching to using their smartphones as music players. With fantastic sound quality, expandable storage space and a great range of tracks available to buy or stream online, it makes sense.
Do everything faster on the Xperia arc S. In a gloss black colourway that's exclusive to Three UK. At just 8.7mm, it's ultra-thin and fits neatly in your pocket.
You do it once a month - or sometimes even less. So it's easy to forget how to top-up your Pay As You Go phone with credit. For a video walkthrough and useful links, look no further: Craig and Emily are here to help.
Research by Ofcom suggests that more and more of us are joining the smartphone revolution. With 59% of us saying we've switched to smartphones over the past year, they're fast becoming the latest must-have gadget.
My3 is our account management tool that's free to all Three customers. It lets you check your balance, allowances and usage whenever and wherever you need to. You can access it for free from your mobile phone or computer. Find out more here.
What are Add-ons? How do you get them? Find out how Add-ons can help you save money and get more out of your device. Pay As You Go, Pay Monthly and Mobile Broadband customers can enjoy all sorts of benefits, from cheap calls to all-you-can-eat data.