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Orange and T-Mobile connections to be scrapped


In an exclusive interview, EE tells Mobile News (www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk) it will stop connecting legacy brands Orange and T-Mobile from February as demand for its 4G network rockets Read the full story

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Tesco Phone Shops to ditch other networks


Retailer will phase out other networks “over a period of time” and only sell its own Tesco Mobile brand at stores Read the full story

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BT: Quality of EE’s 4G network the reason behind purchase


Telecoms provider says acquisition will speed up its push within mobile, but denies entering the quad-play market is a key reason

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BT enters exclusive talks over £12.5 billion EE takeover


Talks will last for several weeks as BT performs due diligence on cash/equity takeover
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Orange CEO expects BT to make decision on EE “before Christmas”


Stephane Richard expects takeover discussions with BT to be concluded in the next few weeks Read the full story

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EE confirms talks over sale to BT


EE joint venture parent firms Orange and Deutsche Telekom have this morning confirmed they have joined Telefonica by entering discussions to sell the business to BT Read the full story

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Orange CEO: Current EE ownership model isn’t long-term


Split 50/50 ownership with Deutsche Telekom is not a long term solution according to Stephane Richard Read the full story

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In Pictures: Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus go on sale at Regent Street store


Thousands of customers eagerly await the release of Apple’s new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus outside London’s Regent Street store today. 
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Mystery Caller: Replacing an iPhone 4


A feature phone has been in the hands of Mystery Caller since last year after he lost his iPhone 4. Can the networks suggest the right smartphone for him and bring him back to the future?

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Mystery Caller: Roaming in Brazil


With the World Cup in Brazil, Mystery Caller is off to see if England can end 48 years of hurt and bring the trophy home. However, he’s worried about the cost of using his mobile there. Can the networks advise?

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People's expectations these days are so high. Noting is fault proof and no network will be either....
Looking forward to the final quarter of the year, hope it's under way!...
No surprise there...
....and what did Micheal Harrison ask his father? "Can you ring me back, I've got no credit!"...
Can anyone tell me where these phones are manufactured?...
EE sounds to me like they're caught up in their own marketing self-importance hype. I looked through their price plans, and almost all 4G tariffs come with pitiful data allowances (500MB and the ...
Damn 32GB of memory...
I am so happy to find out today that, I have the pleasure to go and see Ed at Wembley!!!...
I doubt the competition commission would approve Vodafone buying EE. It would give them a huge marketshare in the UK market....
Totally agree with article and they are still doing it!!! The call you pretending to be Orange and get you to upgrade. I did this and then they didn't send phones or sim or any contract whatsoeve...

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