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EE doubles 4G base as revenues fall three per cent

Prepay customers plummet 12.5 per cent to 9.9 million but contracts grow by 4.7 per cent Read the full story

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EE rolls out mobile payments on London rail network

Service to be available to more than 500,000 customers by the end of 2014 Read the full story

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EE launches bundle targeted at pop-up shops

Customers can add other business services, like a card reader, to its pop-up bundle offering  Read the full story

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EE, BBC & Huawei in 4G broadcast collaboration

All three will team up as part of trial to broadcast Commonwealth Games directly to mobile devices. Read the full story

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EE reveals top World Cup network traffic moments

Tim Cahill’s volley against the Netherlands sees highest traffic ever recorded on EE’s network Read the full story

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UK government to fast track mobile surveillance laws

Emergency laws will be introduced next week to force service providers to log records of calls, texts and internet use for 12 months. Read the full story

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BT wins Supreme Court ruling over mobile network charges

Ruling over prices on 08 numbers could mean UK operators are forced to pay back tens of millions of pounds.

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Post Office enters mobile market using EE’s network

MVNO to be powered by operator’s MVNA Transatel; initial launch at 50 branches, online and over the phone before a national roll-out later this year 

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Mystery Shopper: Angel Islington

Mystery Shopper is getting a Samsung Galaxy S5 but is worried about online security and sensitive work files on the Android OS. Can the retailers put a worried mind at ease and offer the right security package?

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Three replaces O2 as least complained about network

O2 loses position after 13 consecutive quarters in Ofcom’s Q1 customer complaints report, while EE still tops the list 

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