Interesting that Ofcom gave the OK for EE to have a monopoly on 4G but that they've not happy with BT for this...
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From a 'fanboy'...
I would call myself a webOS 'fanboy' - love the operating system, great to develop on using my existing skills as a web developer. Also love the multitasking and the fact that it feels more productive (email, messaging etc) than other, more popular, mobile operating systems.
Price - I agree with the fact that the price is too high but only in comparison with what is out there in the marketplace currently.
Apps - These will come; how many apps did Android or iOS have on launch? The built-in apps are more than adequate for using the tablet for productivity purposes i.e. not wasting time on games.
3G - This is the killer for me; I'd much rather have one with 3G OR a good discount on one without (and use my phone/wifi for net connectivity). 3G is a convenience item which makes sense to me for a tablet where I'll be wanting to do "stuff" on it wherever I whip it out.
OS - Definately geared towards business/productivity but will work beautifully for home/leisure (once there are more leisure apps for it).
Oh dear, I feel outnumbered here :-s
Aside from some problems now and again, I've found Sage Pay to be quite good and a pleasure to work with (as a web developer)! I will admit that the new admin design could do with some tweaking to make it more user friendly (not everyone's quick on the uptake) but I think it's a well needed improvement on the old system.