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Android increases dominance in tablet market, Orange finds


Samsung’s market share in the tablet market has risen from six per cent in 2012 to 19 per cent currently Read the full story

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Mystery Caller: Bundled minutes


Mystery Caller’s mother has cancelled her contract after finding she didn’t have enough bundled minutes. As she requires voice rather than data will the networks find a good-value solution?

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Mystery Caller: Phablets


Mystery Caller has grown tired of straining her eyes looking at content on her five-inch phone and wants something bigger. With a number of phablets now on the market, can the networks help?

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Mystery Caller: Apple iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c


Apple’s latest offerings have caught Mystery Caller’s eye, and the operators’ growing 4G networks haven’t escaped her attention either. Can the networks help nudge her towards either an iPhone 5s or iPhone 5c?

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Mystery Caller: Mobile Wi-Fi solutions


Mystery Caller is moving but wants to stay online while her new pad is kitted out with fibre broadband. Can the networks offer a mobile Wi-Fi solution at a reasonable price?

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Ofcom appoints ex-O2 VP as head of spectrum


Philip Marnick will from November be responsible for setting and implementing strategy for managing spectrum, including its clearing, awarding and licensing Read the full story

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Eight week wait for iPhone 5s colour variant


Customers facing an eight week wait for iPhone 5s in ‘gold’ – as Apple struggles to fulfil demand

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Mystery Caller: HD video and uploads to social networks


Mystery Caller wants a smartphone with HD video and an idiot-proof way to upload video clips to social networking sites. He has a budget of £35 a month, so what can the networks offer?

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T-Mobile and Orange garner most customer complaints to Ofcom


Data for April, May and June also shows O2 received the fewest customer complaints out of mobile contract providers Read the full story

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Mystery Caller: Hands-free kits


Mystery Caller has been reminded of the perils of using a phone while driving. Keen to avoid the increased £100 fine, she’s shopping for a hands-free kit before using her phone at the wheel

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