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Analysts react to Hutchison’s proposed £9.2bn O2 purchase


The industry gives its views to Mobile News on the impact the proposed deal between Hutchison and Telefonica would have on the UK market
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Mobile providers capex reached $214 billion globally in 2014


Research from Ovum predicts communication companies will spend $2 trillion on capital expenditure between 2014-2019 Read the full story

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BT back to where it started from?


BT has been in and out of mobile since 1985 starting with Cellnet. As demand for landlines drops it’s no surprise it now wants to again be a mobile network operator

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Government has it wrong on ‘notspot’ proposals


National roaming will lead to degradation of services and investment say leading analysts

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iPhone 6 is an evolution not revolution for Apple


Analysts says latest models are almost identical to the 5s while dealers fear supply shortage

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Phones 4u faces battle for high street survival


Vodafone axe is a ‘kick in the teeth’ and retailer could ‘disappear’, say industry analysts

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Operators must invest to capitalise on M2M growth


Operators being urged to invest in more than just providing data connection as that’s where eventual revenues will lie Read the full story

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Amazon has all guns blazing for the Fire


But is it just another smartphone with ‘quirky little features’? Is it too expensive or just too late?

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Analysts slam LG’s hopes of 10 per cent market share


A lack of a ‘hero’ product and slowdown in overall smartphone sales means firm will miss its target

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Quadplay attractive but it may not be the ‘holy grail’


Steven Hartley leader of Ovum’s industry, communications and broadband practice discusses the European ‘quad-play’ market Read the full story

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