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EE to double franchise partners / 30 retail locations identified


Operator aiming to take franchise numbers to 80, whilst its direct store numbers could top 600 by the end of the year Read the full story

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Orange and T-Mobile connections scrapped from today


In an exclusive interview, EE tells Mobile News it will stop connecting legacy brands Orange and T-Mobile directly from February 2 and indirect from March 2 to focus on 4G  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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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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Chess Telecom completes acquistion of Avenir Telecom


IT and fixed line provider Chess Telecom has completed the acquisition of O2 and EE airtime distributor Avenir Telecom. Andy Tow becomes MD of newly formed Chess Partner Services division.  Read the full story

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Mystery Caller: Samsung Galaxy S5 with roaming


Keen to stick with Samsung, Mystery Caller wants to upgrade his Galaxy S3 to an S5. The stumbling block is he’s travelling to the US and requires a data bundle. Could the networks cope?

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Mystery Caller: Windows Phone


Nokia has been making a big deal of the fact that it now has over 10 per cent market share in the UK. Does this mean that the networks know how to sell the brand and its Windows Phone OS?

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Mystery Caller: HTC One (M8)


HTC’s latest offering, the One (M8), has understandably caught Mystery Caller’s eye. However, she’s a bargain hunter and wants to know if it is worth paying more for an improved One

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