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Win a free place to exhibit at Mobile World Congress 2011

The Digital Communications Knowledge Transfer Network has worked with UK Trade & Investment to create a competition for UK-based SMEs that have an innovative new mobile/wireless solution or product.

It's offering free exhibition places on the UKTI stand at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona from 14th to 17th February 2011.

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Mobile spectrum auctions, BlackBerry bans and Milly Allen: all in this week's podcast

This week's edition of The Fonecast covers the UK government's forthcoming mobile spectrum auction, BlackBerry problems in the Gulf states, universal mobile chargers, the new Amazon Kindle ebook reader and the 'religion' of Apple. There's also an interview with Milly Allen, who's planning to broadcast her London talent shows via mobile phone.

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O2 UK launches £5 per month mobile broadband tariff

O2 has launched a £5-a-month mobile broadband contract that offers 500MB of data. There's an upfront charge of £19.99 for the dongle, which also provides unlimited WiFi access at via The Cloud and BT Openzone. The tariff can be cancelled with just 30 days notice.

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Antennagate takes some of the shine off the iPhone, says research

London-based market research company Opinium has been talking to UK consumers following well-reported problems with Apple's iPhone 4. It found that 57% of consumers in the UK were aware of the recent 'Antennagate' iPhone issues reported in the press. 42% of people disagreed with the statement that Apple produces fault free mobile phones and 50% agreed that Apple’s mobile phones are too expensive for what they are.

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Next-generation mobile spectrum auction planned for 2011

UK Minister for Communications, Ed Vaizey, has today launched a programme of measures for radio spectrum modernisation. It's a simplified version of plans that were proposed by the previous Government but didn't become law due to the General Election.

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