Brake put on Digital Britain plan

Brake put on Digital Britain plan

Culture secretary Jeremy Hunt has delayed the roll-out of a 2Mbps broadband network across the UK until 2015

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Lottery Commission rejects Camelot top-up plans

Lottery Commission rejects Camelot top-up plans

The National Lottery Commission (NLC) has provisionally rejected UK lottery operator Camelot's proposals to offer ancillary services, including mobile top-ups, through its network of terminals

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Berkshire firm signs up to Voda OneNet

Berkshire firm signs up to Voda OneNet

Vodafone signs up Berkshire conveyor belt provider to its OneNet unified communications service, as sales start to come in

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Orange intros its first health sector solution

Orange intros its first health sector solution

Network operator Orange launches 'smartnumbers' service to give patients access to the correct healthcare staff and services, and the healthcare profession better management of patient time

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ZTE on track to be world number three

ZTE on track to be world number three

Chinese vendor ZTE claims to be on target to be number three handset manufacturer by volume by 2015

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Sony Ericsson posts profit increase

Sony Ericsson posts profit increase

Sony Ericsson reports rises in profit, sales and shipments, thanks to strong sales of its X10 and Vivaz phones

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Virgin offers free web with VM800

Virgin offers free web with VM800

Virgin is to offer the new VM800 handset with six months free mobile web access for new and existing customers

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21C in three-year TGI Fridays deal

21C in three-year TGI Fridays deal

Dealer 21C Telecom has won a three-year contract to manage restaurant chain TGI Fridays' communications infrastructure

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Sub-£100 Android from ZTE/Three

Sub-£100 Android from ZTE/Three

Chinese manufacturer ZTE is launching its first Android handset in the UK with operator Three, which will market the device for a prepay price of £99.99

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Crystal Ball debuts mobile tracking

Crystal Ball debuts mobile tracking

Crystal Ball launches mobile tracking for Windows and Symbian GPS-enabled mobile phone handsets, with BlackBerry, Samsung, Sony Ericsson and Android devices to be supported in next months

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