Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Testimonial | Recruit Recruit

Dear Damon,

I would like to thank you, and your team, for making out contract renewal such a trouble-free experience.

As the owner of a busy recruitment agency I depend heavily on mobile communications and also have little time to spend trouble-shooting problems with things. Over the last few years we have has at least one issue or another when renewing contracts and getting new handsets. Every company we have used previously has been less than helpful once they had our contract in their grubby little mitts and I have spent countless hours sorting out trivial matters before being able to get on with running my business.

Your team could not have been more than attentive or efficient. They have sorted everything out, remembered key dates for different handset "go live" (as my Operations Director was on holiday when the contract transferred), and generally been pleasant and productive in ensuring that everything is sorted without a hitch. They even helped me when I was being a bit of a techno-muppet, without making me feel stupid!

Even though you were on annual leave when out phones were delivered, Sarah was informed and completed the whole transaction in a friendly and professional manner. I have not had to chase a single thing - its all been taken care of. For even more peace of mind, your team have permission to deal with EE on out behalf so that I never have to endure the torture that is automated systems EVER again!

I would not hesitate to recommend Top Communications to anybody seeking business mobiles. You are a great example of how business, and customer service, SHOULD be done!

Kind Regards

Sarah Bishop
Managing Director

Monday, 9 June 2014

Review | Nokia Lumia 630

At only £90, the Nokia Lumia 630 is one of the most affordable smartphones around right now.

Like the rest of the Lumia range, the 630 is a very bright and cheerful phone. It comes with a matte plastic case and this actually pops off, so you can slot in a SIM card and replace the battery should you wish. The matte finish isn’t quite as premium as the iPhone 5C’s gloss, but the handset feels very sturdy and should survive a few knocks and bumps. The Lumia 630 is available in either green, orange, white or yellow as well as plain black.

The Lumia 630 runs Windows Phone 8.1, which is the latest version of Microsoft. It brings with it a host of features that have so far been missing. Action Centre lets you pull down from the top of the screen to see notifications and settings, just as you would on Android and iOS. You can also keep tabs on your usage thanks to the Battery Saver app, Data Sense, and Storage Sense.Seeing as Nokia is now owned by Microsoft, services like a full version of Office 365 and SkyDrive now come as standard! You also get Xbox Music and Video apps.

The 5-megapixel camera takes bright pictures with plenty of contrast and comes with autofocus, though the lack of flash is a bit disappointing. The picture quality isn't bad, and colours are generally accurate. Also, the Nokia Lumia 630 doesn’t have a front-facing camera, so no selfies or video chat!

The Lumia 630 is fine for everyday tasks like web browsing and is great value for money. You have to expect a few compromises for just £90 after all!

What do you think?
Is the Nokia Lumia 630 good value for money?

Friday, 6 June 2014

Deal of the Week | NEW Nokia Lumia 630

Deal of the Week.

Get the NEW Nokia Lumia 630 FREE on EE's super fast 4G Network with 500 Minutes, 500 Texts & 500 MB Data. All for only £17.00 ex vat per month*.

*Terms and Conditions apply. Contact us for more details.