Iain Graham, James Rosewell and Mark Bridge take a look at mobile news headlines from the last seven days - including Vodafone's new "roaming" promotion, Blyk's revised plans and the Carphone Warehouse's commission changes.
Keith Curran, mobile entrepreneur and founder of Yes Telecom, talks about his new businesses in this week's podcast. Plus, as usual, the team takes an off-beat look at mobile news headlines from the last seven days.
Independent valuation advisory firm Brand Finance plc has just published the 2009 edition of its BrandFinance Global 500 report on the world’s most valuable brands.
Vodafone is the highest-placed telecomms company – in 8th place, up from 11th last year – while Nokia is in 13th place, AT&T is 14th, Verizon is 15th, China Mobile is 16th and Orange is 17th.
In The Fonecast this week there's an in-depth look at the new Emporio Armani phone produced by Samsung. We also talk about the latest mobile industry headlines, from Vodafone redundancies to mobile viruses.
The Fonecast returns to its usual format this week, catching up on industry headlines including Ikea’s virtual network, new mobile music services and a surprising survey. There’s also time in the podcast for a quick preview of the new Sony Ericsson T700.