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Fuss Free Phones

Fuss Free Phones is a mobile network with telephonist support. Taken a bit of time in coming, but it may provide a fairly priced answer to many: https://www.fussfreephones.com/ https://twitter.com/fussfreephones https://en-gb.facebook.com/fussfreephones/ https://www.helpfulthings.co.uk/products/fuss-free-phones-annual-subscription-and-free-phone https://www.unforgettable.org/fuss-free-phones-calls-made-simple https://www.hearingdirect.com/fuss-free-phones-sim-pack.html

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Apps you might like

ES Disk Analyzer ES Disk Analyzer can find and delete duplicate files, compress images (and suggest large or rarely used ones that you might want to compress), highlight the size of cached files in apps and clear the cache from any or all of them, and display big files, new files and rarely used apps, in […]

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Name your Android device

Your tablet broadcasts its presence under a number of circumstances.  It is useful to know what it is without just being a long string of numbers. Settings, about device, device name. Can you make sure all our tablets are called by their proper names. Maybe your personal tablet should have a name that you recognise, […]

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Accounts

There are a huge number of different accounts that everyone has. Start with bank accounts and then the list grows… utilities, services… the pub. All are different systems which are personal to you and hold information relevant to you, whether it be how much money you have or how much you owe Andy. On the […]

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Downloading Music

You can buy and download music onto your phone or tablet (or computer).  Some items may be free, some may cost money.  Spotify and Deezer are apps you can download which allow you to play music for free with advertising.  However, you can buy the app or you can download music directly from the Play […]

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WPA2 KRACK

What is it?  This is NOT like a virus or piece of malware.  It is a way of intercepting the initial connecting process between your device and your router.  When it happens, it basically takes over the connection and makes it insecure (by using an encryption key for communicating of zeros) and using a different […]

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Waze

Waze is a community-powered mapping and navigation app that gives you real-time traffic information and road alerts. Because it’s free, accurate, and feature-packed, it is rightfully considered one of the top apps in its category. But don’t think of Waze as a full-fledged alternative to Google Maps. Since the app is primarily designed for use […]

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How much do you know about… ?

Wifi: http://home.bt.com/tech-gadgets/internet/broadband/quiz-where-is-the-best-place-to-put-your-router-take-our-wi-fi-test-11364071643096 Internet Slang: http://home.bt.com/tech-gadgets/internet/social-media/quiz-how-well-do-you-know-internet-slang-11364135427201 Know your fibre: http://www.silicon.co.uk/survey/fibre-for-broadband?inf_by=59cbc618681db85c408b4ae2  

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Sending an email with gmail

Your task today is to send an email to each of the Boot and Slipper tablets. As you send or receive the emails, make sure to add their email address to your contacts. Add Chris to the contacts as well.  How about adding Lauren? Can you send a group email? Firstly you need to create […]

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Gmail and Inbox

There are many different apps you can use to send mail on your tablet or phone.  Google have two offers; gmail and inbox, each working in slightly different ways.    

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