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T-Mobile returns to Avenir Telecom

Airtime and accessory distributor Avenir Telecom has announced that it's now able to make connections to the T-Mobile UK network on behalf of its dealers.

The company, which has been in business for more than 20 years, was already able to connect via Orange, O2, and Three UK. It had previously stopped offering T-Mobile connections in 2009.

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Energizer mobile chargers expected from Avenir Telecom next month

Avenir Telecom and Energizer have announced the launch of their exclusive range of battery chargers for the mobile market. The partnership was revealed in February, with the charger range previewed at Mobile World Congress.

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Bluetooth-controlled Mini Cooper arrives in time for Christmas

Could this be the must-have gift for mobile phone users this Christmas?

Wireless technology company BeeWi has launched a Mini Cooper 'radio controlled' car that works using Bluetooth via an Android or Symbian smartphone. The Mini Cooper can be controlled from the phone's touchscreen or by tilting and moving a handset that has a built-in accelerometer.

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A good quarter for dealers, says O2 UK

The second quarter of this year was the best quarter ever for connections via the O2 UK 'partner channel', according to a statement from the company today. Blackberry connections through partners also reached a new quarterly high, as did connections via O2 Centre of Excellence partners and both of O2's strategic partners (Avenir and Azzurri).

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Review: BeeWi BBS020 solar-powered hands-free Bluetooth car kit

Mark Bridge writes:

Persuading mobile phone users not to hold their phone when they’re driving should be a simple task. It’s dangerous, it’s against the law and the penalties include a fine plus points on your licence.

But even then, there’s often an excuse about convenience and usability. Some people don’t like wearing headsets, some don’t like wires and some simply forget to charge the batteries.

That’s why a new hands-free Bluetooth loudspeaker from French company BeeWi caught my eye.

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