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Operators signing for BlackBerry 10

A number of operators have announced support for devices powered by RIM’s anticipated BlackBerry 10 …

Everything Everywhere in UK LTE pole position

UK number one operator Everything Everywhere could be one step ahead of other operators in …

Everything Everywhere fails to impress with Q3 numbers

Everything Everywhere, the joint venture of Orange and T-Mobile in the UK, announced lukewarm results for the period to 31 December 2010, with Tom Alexander, the company’s CEO, stating that it has been a “year of achievement” for the company.

Everything Everywhere trials retail presence

Everything Everywhere, the company created by the merger of T-Mobile UK and Orange UK, announced the launch of five trial retail stores using its own brand.

The mobile industrys big irony

Why do businesses whose job is selling communications struggle to talk to their customers?

T-Mobile UK limits mobile internet use

T-Mobile UK has changed the “fair use” policy for its mobile data tariffs to place restrictions on the amount of multimedia data which can be downloaded by users, stating that “our mobile broadband and Internet on your phone service is best used for browsing… but not watching videos or downloading files.”

MBNL venture has activated 10,000 shared sites

Ericsson says that the ten thousandth shared site has been activated in the MBNL (Mobile Broadband Network Limited) network owned and occupied by T-Mobile and 3UK, with 12,500 sites set to go live by 10 October 2010

DT launches UK mobile apps store

Deutsche Telekom’s mobile applications portal, Softwareload, has launched in the UK, offering more than 15,000 mobile applications for download.

Orange and T-Mobile UK cut 2,500 jobs

Orange and T-Mobile have cut more than 2,500 jobs since they merged to create the UK’s biggest mobile phone company seven months ago

T-Orange UK deal gets green light from Europe

The European Commission yesterday approved the merger of Orange UK and T-Mobile UK, with the deal aiming to close this Spring. As expected, parent companies France Telecom and Deutsche Telekom agreed a number of measures aimed at easing regulators’ concerns.