Everything Everywhere has announced it’ll be running multi-million pound marketing campaigns for the T-Mobile and Orange brands from this week. Each is expected to run throughout 2012, demonstrating the differences between the brands.
T-Mobile will be positioned as a brand for value, with Orange as a brand that gives customers more.
Easy-to-use mobile phone manufacturer Doro says it’s moving beyond handsets to offer Android and Windows-based applications and services.
‘Doro Experience’, which will be demonstrated at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona later this month, combines a simple user interface and a selection of applications.
LG Electronics has announced financial results for the fourth quarter of 2011 and for the full year.
In Q4 2011, LG reported consolidated revenues of 13.81 trillion South Korean Won (£7.78 billion) with an operating profit of KRW 23 billion; the first profitable quarter for a year and a half.
This week’s podcast from The Fonecast starts with impressive quarterly results from Apple, along with figures from Samsung, Motorola and Nokia as well. We then move on to some of the other stories that have been hitting the headlines, including O2’s UK privacy problem and a new ‘unlimited internet’ tariff from T-Mobile.
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