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GSMA warns that UK national roaming could adversely affect service, impede law enforcement and delay the roll-out of 4G services

The GSMA has published a response to the UK government’s suggestion that ‘national roaming’ could be mandated to reduce areas of poor mobile phone coverage.

A consultation period was launched on 5th November and ended yesterday.

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Jolla plans to add mobile data to its crowd-funded Sailfish tablet

Jolla plans to add mobile data to its crowd-funded Sailfish tablet

Indiegogo campaign raises three times as much as the original target

A crowd-funded campaign by Finnish mobile company Jolla to produce a new tablet device has raised more than three times as much money as it needed.

As a result, the company is planning to add the option of 3G HSDPA mobile data connectivity to the forthcoming Jolla Tablet. In addition, it’ll introduce a split-screen user interface and the ability to handle MicroSDHC memory cards of up to 128GB.

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The vast majority of people say they wouldn't struggle without a home landline

Mobile phones are now used at home more than anywhere else

A new report reveals that 95% of people in the UK say they “wouldn’t struggle” without a landline at home.

In addition, more than half of all respondents said they used their mobile phones more at home than anywhere else.

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ASA upholds complaint about 'unlimited' 4G data on Lycamobile web site

The Advertising Standards Authority has upheld complaints about a promotional message from UK virtual network Lycamobile.

A link on Lycamobile’s web site referred to “Unlimited Data, now with 4G”, while an advertisement on the site said “£15 per month ... unlimited data now with 4G”.

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EE's owners confirm talks with BT

EE's owners confirm talks with BT

Earlier this week BT announced it had been contacted by shareholders in two UK mobile network operators about a possible transaction in which BT could acquire their UK mobile business. It revealed one of those companies was O2 but didn’t name the second network.

Deutsche Telekom and Orange, which jointly own UK network EE, have now confirmed they are the other network having talks with BT.

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