Orange Shop Contact Number 0844 545 9996
The Orange Shop customer service telephone number isn’t always easy to find – so if you’re struggling to get through to the customer care team, be sure to call our Orange Shop contact number on: 0844 545 9996 now!
You’ll get through to a general menu from where you can navigate to different departments. Whether you’re looking to buy a new phone, take out a pay as you go SIM card, or report a fault with an existing contract, this is the number that you should call!
The Orange Shop is a great place to purchase a new mobile telephone or internet dongle from. The Orange network is extremely popular – having recently been rebranded as EE – which stands for “everything everywhere”. EE is famous because it was the first mobile phone network in the UK to offer its customers 4G mobile internet. A blisteringly fast service that allows users to watch movies, download music and execute other bandwidth-intensive activities on-the-go.
It seems like there’s always a new mobile phone coming out – whether it’s a new iPhone or the latest offering from Samsung. The good news is that the Orange Shop usually stocks all of the latest models from all of the major brands and manufacturers. You’ll even find iPads in the Orange Shop – complete with mobile data plans so you can surf the web whilst on the move.
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The Orange Shop customer service team is as good as it gets – they’ll address your requirements and concerns when you have any problems with your Orange mobile phone or service. Don’t delay your call to the people that can help you any longer – pick up the phone and dial our Orange Shop contact number on 0844 545 9996 now.
Welcome to Fast Charge, our weekly column exploring one of the biggest mobile stories of the moment. This week, we're looking at the latest rumours surrounding Samsung's next super-phablet, the Galaxy Note 10.
Before we dive in, rest assured that we're also talking about recent developments surrounding the Huawei block by the US government as well. For that, head on over to one of our other new staple features – this week's Winners and Losers.
If you're not familiar, Samsung's Galaxy Note line sets itself apart from the company's other flagship phone series – the Galaxy S line – in a few key ways. Note devices usually boast a larger display, larger battery, an integrated S Pen stylus and an enhanced camera setup compared to their S-branded counterparts from the same year.Related: Samsung Galaxy Note 10 what you need to know Moving the hole punch
With the Galaxy S10 family putting the kibosh on the bezels and instigating hole-punch cameras, both traits are expected to also appear on the Galaxy Note 10. Samsung's take on the hole-punch is branded as its ‘Infinity O display' and while the S10 devices' front cameras sit in the top right-hand corner of each phone's screen, placement is expected to differ on the new Note.
The source: According to frequent leak source IceUniverse and corroborated by fellow known tipster, OnLeaks (both via Twitter), the Galaxy Note 10 will feature a hole-punch camera on the front, but unlike the S10 series, will have it positioned centrally along the top edge of its display.
To compound these tidbits, PhoneArena proceeded to release conceptual renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, complete with centred front-facer.
Likelihood: Both IceUniverse and OnLeaks have become known quantities within the world of smartphone rumours, as on more than [...]
The Scottish football season is almost over, but there's one more piece of silverware up for grabs. The all-conquering Celtic will be up against Hearts to try and secure an historic treble treble. Our quick guide reveals all you need to know to watch the Scottish Cup Final between Celtic vs Hearts online, including full live stream details and the kick-off time.
This is the first time that Celtic and Hearts have met in the Hampden final since 1956. The Scottish champions come into the match as the favourites, while Hearts will be looking to upset the odds and deny Celtic yet another treble.
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Having swept away every challenger under Brendan Rodgers, Celtic will look to continue their imperious cup form. While Rodgers left for Leicester City and Neil Lennon replaced him, the change in leadership hasn't slowed down the footballing juggernaut.
Celtic are yet to concede a goal in the competition this year and since Lennon has come in on a caretaker basis, Celtic have only lost one match. Avoiding complacency will be key for the Scottish champions as they look to cement their place in Scottish football history.
Hearts come into the match in poorer form than Celtic, but it is a cup final and expectations can be turned on their head in these types of matches. Hearts manager Craig Levein led his team to a win against Celtic on the first day of the season, so there's some belief that Hearts can beat Celtic on their day.Best Now TV Sky Sports Deal[...]
Microsoft has confirmed that every game currently playable on the Xbox One consoles will be available out of the gate on its xCloud streaming service.
Ahead of the broader announcement at E3 2019 next month, the gaming giant has confirmed that all 3,500+ titles available on the Xbox One/One S and One X, will be instantly playable.
Those games will be transported to the service without the developers having to make any changes to them. Furthermore, when the developers issue updates to their games, they will automatically be carried over to XCloud.
In a blog post on Friday, Kareem Choudhry, Microsoft's VP of cloud gaming, says: “Today you can play three generations of amazing games on Xbox One. That means that Project xCloud has the technical capability to stream more than 3,500 games, without any changes or modifications required by a developer.
“In other words, developers will be able to dramatically scale their existing games across devices, with no additional development, no additional code base maintenance and no separate updates. When a developer updates the Xbox One version of their title, those updates will also apply to all versions available on Project xCloud without any additional work.”
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There was more good news for gamers eyeing XCloud as the catch-all solution for Xbox titles moving forward. The blog post also revealed Microsoft has deployed the infrastructure necessary for XCloud in Europe, meaning Brits will likely have access to the streaming service out of the gate, as well as those in North America and Asia.
“The power of Project xCloud – the seamless compatibility for developers and the new places to play for gamers – comes from Azure datacenters spanning the globe, with hardware that shares a common set of components with our Xbox consoles,” Choudhry writes. [...]
This week has been a turbulent one for the tech community, with Google and pretty much every tech company under the sun turning its back on Huawei, and telcos Vodafone and EE rushing to launch 5G in the UK.
Figuring out what matters in the word of shiny things has become a pretty tough task.
But for us here at Trusted Reviews, there have been two key winners and losers this week. Read on as we break down who they are and why, in our inaugural Winners and Losers weekly column.Winner: EE for its stellar 5G launch line-up
5G's been a hot topic since MWC (Mobile World Congress), where pretty much ever company under the sun discussed its 5G plans. But in the UK, exact details about when the next-gen networking tech would land were thin on the ground. All we had was a bunch of nebulous promises from carriers that it would launch in “select cities” in the UK before the end of the year.
This week EE completely changed the game, by announcing that its 5G network will launch next week on 30 May in London, Edinburgh, Belfast, Cardiff, Manchester and Birmingham. The move will make EE the first network in the UK with an active 5G network, putting it well ahead of arch-rival Vodafone, which won't send its own 5G network live until July.
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When it comes to Android updates, OnePlus is a firm that tends to live up to its promises, albeit not in the most timely fashion.
Yes, the 2017 phones will get the 2019 operating system, but it probably won't be until 2020, judging by the firm's recent announcement pertaining to the 2016 phones. Does that make sense?
In a post on the OnePlus Forums explaining changes to the Oxygen OS that'd bring OnePlus 7 features to the 5/5T/6/6T smartphones, the company assured that Android Q will be coming to the OnePlus 5 and 5T.
The post reads: “We have already released Android Q Developer Preview on the forum for the OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 6/6T, available. For those wondering, rest assured: Android Q will also make its way to the OnePlus 5 and 5T. Just remember, there are no ETAs.”
The “no ETAs” portion of the quote tells owners of the 2017 phones not to hold their breath for a speedy roll out of Google's as-yet-unnamed operating system. We'd suggest this time next year might be a good reference point.
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Other Oxygen OS features coming to the OnePlus 5/5T/6/6T include the Fanatic Mode, which boosts the CPU performance while multiplayer gaming, the new Zen Mode feature which offers 20 minutes free of distractions, and the screen recorder feature.
“You can easily record that perfect game run and save your own record. Or rather use this feature to make a video tutorial and share your thoughts with others,” the company said. “Now, you can record with high quality, internal sound included, perfectly synchronized.”