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Deutsche Telekom and France Telecom plan shopping trips together

Deutsche Telekom and France Telecom - which already work in partnership as Everything Everywhere and recently announced plans to cooperate in other business areas - are now going shopping together.

They've agreed to combine their procurement activities for customer equipment, network equipment, service platforms and IT Infrastructure.

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Nokia hit by 'push' email ban in India

The Indian government is asking the country's mobile networks not to support Nokia's new email service without implementing a monitoring system. It's previously asked RIM to provide a similar option for BlackBerry email users.

Nokia's new 'push' email service enables users with compatible phones to retrieve their messages from a variety of email providers.

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This week at The Fonecast: 16th April 2011

Mark Bridge writes:

We started this week with a story that grabbed plenty of attention. It was a report from Billmonitor.com that claimed we in the UK were wasting almost £5 billion every year by choosing the wrong mobile tariffs. Although I remained a little cynical about some of the detail, there's no doubt that many consumers could be better off if they switched tariff - or even network.

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O2 creates YouTube channel to provide mobile technology support

O2 UK has announced the expansion of its in-store 'Guru' technical help service to the internet. O2 Guru TV is a YouTube video channel offering advice that helps customers get the most from their mobile technology.

The free service is open to everyone and currently includes over 400 videos, with over 50 new videos being added every month.

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Best Buy Europe sells its retail operation in Belgium

Best Buy Europe - the joint venture between Carphone Warehouse Group plc and Best Buy - is selling its retail business in Belgium to the country's largest telecoms company, Belgacom.

The deal is worth 22 million Euro and excludes Best Buy Europe's Belgian insurance customer base.

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