Two charged over alleged robbery at UTL site

Two charged over alleged robbery at UTL site

Two men appear in court following incident at UTL recycling site in Leicestershire

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Three Ireland concludes O2 buyout

Three Ireland concludes O2 buyout

Three finalise €850 million deal despite objections from ComReg and Vodafone.

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Former Vodafone Ireland executive faces fraud trial

Former Vodafone Ireland executive faces fraud trial

Former head of corporate financial services accused of stealing almost €2 million from company over a four year period.

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Alan Barry: Salesman with an AK-47

Alan Barry: Salesman with an AK-47

MUST READ: Explosions and blood thirsty mobs. Phone salesman Alan Barry  discusses his extraordinary career working in some of the most hostile and dangerous destinations on the planet

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Latest standings in 2014 Mobile News Personality of the Year poll

Latest standings in 2014 Mobile News Personality of the Year poll

Surge in votes see's Lyca Mobile chief Subaskaran Allirajah leaps from 20th to second as battle for the top 10 intensifies

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Distributor Micro P to be rebranded in October

Distributor Micro P to be rebranded in October

Micro P parent company DCC SerCom to announce rebranding plans affecting its IT, Communications and Home Entertainment distribution business arms

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Mobile News Awards sold out in record time

Mobile News Awards sold out in record time

Tickets to the Mobile News Awards, to be held on March 15 at the Hilton on Park Lane, sell out in record time

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20:20 sells 20:20 Ireland stake

20:20 sells 20:20 Ireland stake

20:20 Ireland managing director Fergus deBurca and former Vodafone Ireland board member Don Maher have bought 20:20 Ireland from shareholders 20:20 Mobile Group and Vodafone Ireland

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Now Mobile to ‘operate as normal’

Now Mobile to ‘operate as normal’

Orange MVNO Now Mobile confirms services unaffected by rumoured collapse of NowTel calling card businesses

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Stephen Brewer intros new Irish MVNO

Stephen Brewer intros new Irish MVNO

Industry veteran Stephen Brewer helps launch all-Irish MVNO Just Mobile, which inks deals with Vodafone and Data Select for value prepay offer to Irish consumers

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