James: Has buy-out king shown market naivety?

James: Has buy-out king shown market naivety?

Fone Logistics founder Ian Gillespie, and business partner Michael Fitzpatrick, look to have done well from the sale of their airtime distribution business

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James: Humphrey closer to retail handover he wants

James: Humphrey closer to retail handover he wants

Go Mobile boss tries to resurrect transfer of store estate to leading dealership JAG

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Paul: HTC supply, tech issues

Paul: HTC supply, tech issues

Paul Withers considers implications for Taiwanese manufacturer of stock shortages of popular HTC Desire, and hardware issues with HTC HD2

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Mike: Humbled and helpful 20:20. What gives?

Mike: Humbled and helpful 20:20. What gives?

It is refreshing to see 20:20 Mobile put such emphasis on the independent dealer market, and be so open about (some of) its strategic intent

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James: Everything Everywhere

James: Everything Everywhere

Vague and uninspiring JV company brand; probably a good thing it is destined to appear on Companies House filings and in small print on customer bills

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James: ZTE, and China’s boom

James: ZTE, and China’s boom

ZTE is ambitious for its telecoms kit and handset business, and invited Mobile News to China this month to consider its achievements. James Blackman reflects on a press trip like no other

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Paul: Handset issues with old Western vendors

Paul: Handset issues with old Western vendors

Handset problems for Western brands persist and it's now fundamental they impress with new software to fend off the likes of Apple, BlackBerry and HTC

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Mike: Voda’s challenger approach in channels

Mike: Voda’s challenger approach in channels

Vodafone may bring Avenir back on board and it shows how far the operator has come from the axe-wielder in the sales channel of two years ago

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Paul: Playing fast and loose with JAG brand

Paul: Playing fast and loose with JAG brand

JAG franchisees are unhappy at targets and past trading, and boss John George has told them to shape up

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Mike: Network engagement with unions

Mike: Network engagement with unions

Communications trade unions have rarely been so vocal over treatment of its members. Their backs are up

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