UK virtual network Ovivo Mobile, which launched its ad-funded mobile phone service earlier this year, has admitted it’s had to change its pricing model due to consumer fraud.
In a blog post that was also sent as an email to the MVNO’s customers, Ovivo Mobile CEO Dariush Zand said recent tariff changes were necessary to prevent the company from being jeopardised by a small group of fraudulent users.
No Amazon smartphone, no Nokia tablet
Mark Bridge writes:
It’s a smartphone autumn, as prophesied a few weeks ago by the Carphone Warehouse and many others. The frenzy of big-name announcements led by Samsung at Berlin’s IFA has given way to stand-alone media presentations from Nokia, Motorola and Amazon.