Starting yesterday stores in the UK started opening up, included in the tranche of openings were the mobile phone shops, the first time in nearly three months.
The majority of the British high street went into hibernation the minute lockdown was instigated.
Mobile phone shops were included in the initial lockdown, meaning that those who needed help or advice could only do so over the phone for the past three months.
However, the stores will still be subject to social distancing measures as the rest of the stores opening should too.
This is only specific to the British stores and both Scotland and Wales are yet to left lockdown measures, Northern Ireland did so last week.
Not all mobile phone shops from the leading suppliers will be opening immediately, but O2, Three, EE and Vodafone began opening stores yesterday, you can check on their respective websites to see whether your local store has been included in the initial tranche.
While the stores may be resuming normal business hours it will not be business as usual, with social distancing imperative and hand sanitizer available in most stores.