Mobile phone brand Alcatel Onetouch, part of Hong Kong-based TCL Communication, is changing its name to just ‘Alcatel’.
The company says it is simplifying its name, simplifying its message and streamlining its devices.
EE’s ‘Orange Wednesdays’ two-for-one cinema ticket deal will end next year.
The offer, which was launched by Orange ten years ago before becoming known as ‘EE Wednesdays’ after Orange and T-Mobile merged, is due to close on 25th February 2015.
Nokia branding currently being dropped from web sites
Microsoft has confirmed it’s started changing its smartphone branding from Nokia Lumia to Microsoft Lumia.
It follows Microsoft’s acquisition of the Nokia Devices & Services business in April.
Donald Stuart, CEO of Brainstorm, explains why mobile operators are well placed to take advantage of the revenue streams opened up by location technologies.
The area of Location based services (LBS) has been getting a lot of attention of late, and it’s no wonder, Juniper Research has highlighted that the Mobile Context and Location Services market is expected to generate revenue of $43.4 billion by 2019, up from $12.2 billion in 2014.
New research published by UK communications regulator Ofcom shows that signing up to the Telephone Preference Service reduces the number of unsolicited ‘live’ marketing or sales calls by around a third.
Organisations are legally required to ensure they don’t call numbers registered on the TPS unless they have the consumer’s consent to contact them.