The 21 August Recap

A recap of the week’s telecoms talking points. It’s been a week of gimmicks as Three tests out a new sub-brand called Smaty, only charging customers for data which they use, Telefonica is extending its content-platform throughout Europe, T-Mobile is switching on the 600 MHz spectrum band without any devices which can actually use it, and BT is using the almighty power of Twitter to big up its sports content.


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