Everything Everywhere says Nathan Vautier will join the company next month as Director of Indirect Sales for the Orange and T-Mobile brands.
He’ll report to Marc Allera, the company’s Chief Sales Officer.
Mark Bridge writes:
We’ve had a few sets of quarterly results in the past week. Let me summarise as best I can.
Qualcomm: doing very well, thank you.
Microsoft: pretty decent, although no-one’s talking much about phones.
Intel: not as good as before, although better than expected.
Nokia: sorry, we’ve lost a billion Euro. Well, we did warn you...
Research carried out by YouGov plc and published by Everything Everywhere shows that 74% of British adults want to bring 4G technology to the country as soon as possible.
However, it’s the potential benefit to the economy that attracts the largest number of respondents rather than faster mobile phone connections.
In this week’s podcast from The Fonecast we start by discussing Nokia’s results warning and Sony’s job cuts.
However it’s not all bad news, with the roll-out of Barclays Pingit and Google’s latest figures providing some cheer.
The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation into Vodafone, Telefónica and Everything Everywhere’s plans to create a UK-based mobile commerce joint venture.
The scheme, which was announced in June last year and has been nicknamed ‘Project Oscar, will now be investigated to see whether it would reduce effective competition in the European Economic Area. A decision will be made by the end of August.