2014: Year in Review – Q4

2014: Year in Review – Q4

he last 12 months have seen some tectonic shifts not least with the disappearance of Phones 4u and Nokia (in handsets) from the mobile landscape and the formation of the new retail superpower we now know as Dixons Carphone. If you were on a long holiday, this is how Q4 panned out

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2014: Year in Review – Q2

2014: Year in Review – Q2

The last 12 months have seen some tectonic shifts not least with the disappearance of Phones 4u and Nokia (in handsets) from the mobile landscape and the formation of the new retail superpower we now know as Dixons Carphone. If you were on a long holiday, this is how Q2 panned out

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BT back to where it started from?

BT back to where it started from?

BT has been in and out of mobile since 1985 starting with Cellnet. As demand for landlines drops it’s no surprise it now wants to again be a mobile network operator

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EE to buy 58 Phones 4u stores for £2.5 million saving 359 jobs

EE to buy 58 Phones 4u stores for £2.5 million saving 359 jobs

EE follow rival Vodafone in taking over closed Phones 4u stores following companies collapse. It means so far 2,058 of the 5,600 staff employed by Phones 4u are now guaranteed alternative employment

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IFA: Sony Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact ‘smartphones’ unveiled

IFA: Sony Xperia Z3 and Z3 Compact ‘smartphones’ unveiled

Sony has added to its Xperia Z3 Tablet launch, unveiling two smartphone variants, Z3 and Z3 Compact

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Battle for 2014 Mobile News Personality shortlist intensifies

Battle for 2014 Mobile News Personality shortlist intensifies

Voting for the 2014 Mobile News Personality of the Year Award continues to gather pace as Lycamobile chief Subaskaran Allirajah retakes top-spot after surge in overnight votes.

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Lebara chief heads Industry Personality of the Year shortlist

Lebara chief heads Industry Personality of the Year shortlist

250 votes in just a single day sends Ratheesh Yoganathan to the top of our 30 strong Mobile News Awards Personality of the Year shortlist

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Gamma: Putting B2B dealers back in control

Gamma: Putting B2B dealers back in control

After establishing itself as a major fixed-line player, Gamma Telecom is looking to make its name in mobile. The firm’s head of mobile, Rob Davis, tells Michael Garwood how it plans to go about it

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2013 predictions: Cogantal CEO Mark Ashdown

2013 predictions: Cogantal CEO Mark Ashdown

Emerging MVNO sectors will lead to the leveraging of brand identity and improved relationships between brands and consumers, according to Ashdown, with new market niches possibly proving to be profitable

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2013 predictions: Lycamobile CEO Milind Kangle

2013 predictions: Lycamobile CEO Milind Kangle

Kangle thinks MVNOs will reap the benefit from the mass introduction of 4G, which will become a universal feature to reach out to a wider audience

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