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Retailer signs MVNO deal to sell mobile service to customers buying hardware.
There's no end to upheaval in France's mobile market in sight, as Numericable agrees to swallow the MVNO.
Orange could follow the unveiling of a content portal and a retail site in South Africa with the launch of a fully-fledged mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) within the next few years.
Phones 4u will launch its own phone service in March that will use EE's network to deliver 2G and 3G services, with 4G options scheduled to be available before the end of the year.
The fixed-line ISP has unveiled its MVNO, which piggy-backs on Vodafone's network and will only be available to those who take other TalkTalk services
Lenovo has become a mobile broadband operator with the introduction of Mobile Access, a global cellular data service for 3G-enabled ThinkPads.Unveiled on Monday, Lenovo Mobile Access allows both pay-as-you-go and monthly usage, and is immediately available in the UK, eight other European countries and the US.
The various parts of the EU administration have thrashed out a compromise on the maximum levels people can be charged for using mobile roaming services
Privacy campaigners have accused O2 of a 'serious mistake' after it emerged that customers surfing the web from their phones are unwittingly sending site owners their mobile numbers
The Chinese telecoms giant will use the same network as Orange and T-Mobile to start selling mobile voice and data services to Chinese residents, visitors and businesses in the UK
Red Bull will take its first step into the mobile market, with the company planning to launch a virtual mobile network on the back of Vodafone's 3G network.
Carphone Warehouse has joined 3 in offering truly unlimited data for mobile customers, albeit on a trial basis.People signing up to the company's Talkmobile mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), which resells Vodafone connectivity, will be able to get unlimited internet access on their smartphones as part of contracts starting at £12 a month.
While it's difficult to gauge the extent that new low cost mobile providers (MVNOs, or mobile virtual network operators), like recently launched Amaysim and Lycamobile, will shake up the current market, the familiarity of these business models to expats and migrants may be the key to their survival, according to an industry analyst.
It's high time the New Zealand supermarkets joined the mobile phone service bandwagon like their equivalents overseas.
Britain's largest residential ISP plans to add mobile voice and broadband services to its existing home packages via a MVNO deal with the mobile operator
The rebranded business ISP, which will offer dedicated account teams to its customers, could partner with mobile operators
Customers on a home phone plan will be able to call Virgin Mobile handsets without charge, in what the company says is a first for the UK
Woolworths' chief executive Michael Luscombe says uptake of its talk-and-text prepaid mobile packages, which rely on Optus' 2G network, has been so successful that it will now offer 3G and data packages.
When Coles introduced Fly Buys, Woolworths introduced Everyday Rewards. When Coles introduced petrol discount vouchers, Woolworths introduced petrol discount vouchers. It's a bold plan, but can it — and Coles' inevitable copycat product — change the prepaid mobile world for the better?
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New Zealand is to get a new mobile phone provider, with the announcement today of an agreement between Telecom New Zealand and TelstraClear.