There's plenty of variety in The Fonecast this week. We start the podcast with news of MeeGo's resurrection by Finnish smartphone company Jolla before talking about a mobile network that’s giving away mobile data whenever its customers watch video advertisements.
There's also time to discuss Telefonica's recent deals, the rise of free WiFi availability, tablet-related legal action, malware in the Apple App Store and the truth behind a recent 'exploding mobile phone' story.
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||A new smartphone for the MeeGo operating system
||Samba Mobile brings free mobile broadband to the UK
||Telefonica announces billing and payment agreements
||Britain leads Europe when it comes to WiFi on trains
||London minicab company puts free WiFi in all its cars
||Apple fails to disrupt Samsung Galaxy Tab sales in the UK
||Warning about text spam from Apple and Android applications
||O2 expands its loyalty scheme to create a digital sports club
||Exploding smartphone was probably microwaved
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