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Mobile takes over: More people use phones over desktops to access the web

Mobile takes over: More people use phones over desktops to access the web

For the first time in our long history, people around the world are using their mobile phones more than the traditional desktop computer to access the internet....
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Your favourite things: What Ding customers love most about home

Your favourite things: What Ding customers love most about home

We know living away from can be challenging but sometimes it’s always good to reminisce about your favourite things from home....
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Topping-up 100,000 people every day

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Just how much data is Pokémon Go draining on your mobile?

Just how much data is Pokémon Go draining on your mobile?

No matter your level or the amount of gyms you own, Pokemon Go is a serious drain on your phone's battery. But how much mobile data is it using? ...
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Connected to 4 billion phones

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Ding charity auction raises €4,000 for the Irish Cancer Society

Ding charity auction raises €4,000 for the Irish Cancer Society

We held a charity auction in Ding HQ to raise much needed funds for the Irish Cancer Society and raising €4000! Our lucky staff wen home with some great equipment too! ...
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Share your story! story@ding.com

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We wanted YOU to Define Ding. And you did!

We wanted YOU to Define Ding. And you did!

Ding is a global top-up service with a reach of over 4 billion phones.This means that we’re working with over 350 mobile operators in more than 130 countries around the world....
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The power of a phone to a refugee

The power of a phone to a refugee

For refugees fleeing persecution, war and violence in their home countries, a smartphone has become so much more than just a tool for communication, it’s a lifeline....
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Welcome to the new ding Community

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Phone Credit for Refugees

Phone Credit for Refugees

For the people in the Calais refugee camps, having access to a mobile phone means many things.Some use it to keep in touch with their families. Read about the charity that is helping to connect people with top-up......
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