Consumers are increasingly putting customer care and operators’ service, device portfolios as their key reasons for being loyal, a new report had found.
BT is continuing to develop its MVNO offering with the launch of pay monthly contracts.
Corporate strategies must not be developed with a focus on a single segment of the internet value chain, a new study has warned.
Amazon’s attempt to disrupt the tablet market last year looks to have paid off, with an estimated five million devices shipped in the fourth quarter of 2015.
The market research firm exec discusses key findings from its end-of-year smartphone tracker report
Telefónica has struck a deal with China-based smartphone manufacturer Phicomm to offer one of its devices to customers in Latin America.
Orange’s Head of Strategic Partnerships has said she hopes to explore more opportunities with Google after the two companies announced a joint project in Africa at Mobile World Congress.
Orange has struck a deal with Google to provide its customers in Africa and the Middle East with a tailored package of Google services on Orange smartphones to meet local needs, the company said at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
HP Inc is to launch an enterprise mobile platform, featuring a Bang&Olufsen designed phone, as it attempts to woo businesses that do not want to go down the BYOD road.
Operators need to ensure their smartphone strategies are correctly dialed into the enterprise market to capture growth, according to a new report.
Orange will market domestic power supply solutions to customers in rural Africa following a partnership with electricity company Engie.
A Deutsche Telekom exec has said that the operator’s success at taking on the Amazon Kindle is evidence it can become the number one player in the smart home market.
EE unveiled a new “connected strategy” in June, the centrepiece of which was the world’s first 4G action camera.
Apple has launched a revamped version of Apple TV alongside new iPhone and iPad devices.
Deutsche Telekom has unveiled a range of new offers and services for the annual IFA consumer electronics show.
Microsoft has taken a hit of almost $8.5 billion (€7.7 billion) after writing off the value of its Nokia acquisition, as it announced plans to cut almost 8,000 jobs.
The global market for tablets is set to shrink this year, according to new research tracking shipments.
Telefónica and China Unicom are to jointly source smartphones based on shared specifications.
Ericsson has filed new lawsuits against Apple in Germany, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands over patent disputes.
BT has returned to the UK's mobile marketplace with a trio of 4G tariffs as the operator attempts to gain a foothold ahead of its merger with EE.
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