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London

Ofcom sets £1.3bn reserve price for UK LTE auction

UK regulator Ofcom has released its regulations and schedule for the auction of 800MHz and 2600MHz spectrum to be used for LTE services. The regulator has set a reserve price of £1.3bn for all available spectrum, including 2x15MHz of 1800MHz spectrum that Everything Everywhere is required to divest as part of the deal that saw it cleared to launch LTE at 1800MHz in October.

iZettle is currently available for iOS and Android devices

EE exclusive distributor of iZettle card reader for UK

Everything Everywhere, the UK operator owned by Orange and Deutsche Telekom, is to be the exclusive distributor of the iZettle card reader in the UK. Swedish mobile payment provider iZettle combines card reader hardware and a downloadable app, to enable smartphones and tablets to take debit or credit card payments.

NSN's annual increased from -€300m in 2011 to -€799 in 2012

Big profits from Apple, big margins from AT&T

Apple once again posted huge financials, with the iPhone and iPad maker hitting quarterly revenue of $35bn and quarterly net profit of $8.8bn for the quarter ended June 30, an increase on the $28.6bn revenue and $7.3bn profit that it recorded in the same period last year.

UK operators split over net neutrality code of practice

UK fixed and mobile operators are divided over whether to sign up to a voluntary code of practice in support of net neutrality. While ten service providers have signed up, Vodafone, Everything Everywhere and Virgin Media have so far refused.

Ofcom has said that a fourth wholesale operator will be guaranteed LTE spectrum if the reserve price is met

Ofcom guarantees LTE spectrum for fourth operator

UK regulator Ofcom has unveiled plans for the country’s 4G spectrum auction. The UK has lagged other leading markets and Ofcom has revealed that spectrum will be allocated in 2013. Ofcom has set aside spectrum intended to guarantee the presence of four LTE operators in the UK market.

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UK Government has “lost the plot” over LTE

The UK Government’s decision not to facilitate the deployment of LTE until 2013 at the earliest is “appalling” and has forced the UK to surrender its position as one of the leading communication markets in the world. This is the judgement of a C-level executive from one of the UK network operators, who asked not to be named.

Reports claim that EE could be the subject of acquisition

Everything Everywhere target for VC buyers, says report

Everything Everywhere could be the subject of a takeover bid by private equity house KKR, which also owns British retailers Boots and Pets at Home. The bid is being masterminded by former EE CEO Tom Alexander, who is said to have held discussions with KKR and private equity group Apax, the Financial Times reported.

EE is trialling a mobile ticketing service in the UK

Everything Everywhere trials mobile ticketing service

Network operator Everything Everywhere is deploying a mobile contactless transport ticketing service in the UK, which could lead to a nationwide roll out across select bus and rail services in 2013.

London

3UK could hitch ride on EE’s proposed LTE1800 network

3UK’s CEO David Dyson has suggested that the operator could strike an agreement with Everything Everywhere to launch LTE using the T-Mobile/Orange JV’s spectrum in advance of the UK’s 4G auction.

Mobile operators worldwide are set to face a decline in revenue by 2018, according to Ovum

Everything Everywhere rues impact of MTR cuts

Everything Everywhere, the company formed by the merger of Orange and T-Mobile in the UK, has posted a drop in service revenue of 2.5 per cent to reach £1.5bn in its first quarter earnings statement.

The O2 Wallet will close down at the end of March

O2UK launches mobile wallet service

Telefónica subsidiary O2 has become the first operator in the UK market to launch a mobile wallet offering. The service offers price comparison for online shopping, person to person money transfer and allows the user to digitise cards linked to existing bank accounts, or load money onto an O2 stored value account.

Everything Everywhere gets approval to launch LTE services from September 2012

Everything Everywhere announces £1.5bn network investment

UK communications firm Everything Everywhere, which owns and operates the British Orange and T-Mobile brands, has announced that it is to invest £1.5bn ($2.4bn) in a three-year network evolution programme. The project will accelerate the integration of the Orange and T-Mobile networks and ready them for LTE through the “implementation of 4G-ready technology following successful trials,” the firm said.

50 per cent of mobile broadband users will be using LTE by 2017, Ericsson claims

BT and Everything Everywhere trial 4G in UK

Everything Everywhere, the network operator for the Orange and T-Mobile brands, and BT Wholesale have launched the first trial of LTE broadband in the UK.

Marc Overton, VP wholesale and M2M, Everything Everywhere

Everything Everywhere launches M2M platform

British carrier Everything Everywhere, which operates the Orange and T-Mobile brands in the UK, has launched a machine-to-machine (M2M) platform, developed in partnership with French-headquartered MVNE Transatel. Everything Everywhere also announced a collaboration with Redtail Telematics focused on the telemetry space.

Ofcom has said that a fourth wholesale operator will be guaranteed LTE spectrum if the reserve price is met

Ofcom claims delay speculation is irrelevant

Mobile network operators will not be able to roll out 4G LTE services until 2013 at the earliest, due to technical issues, according to UK regulatory body Ofcom, rendering speculation about whether the spectrum auction will be delayed as irrelevant.

NSN claims new feature offers up to five times more capacity for smartphone users on HSPA+ networks

MBNL signs £100m deal with Virgin Media Business

Mobile Broadband Network Ltd (MBNL) the joint venture between T-Mobile and Three, has signed an eight-year contract worth over £100m with Virgin Media Business to provide higher mobile broadband speeds for its customers.

O" is trialling its LTE network in London while eAccess is carrying out a trial in Japan

Everything Everywhere and BT Wholesale join forces for first UK LTE trial

The UK will finally get a taste of LTE following the announcement that Everything Everywhere and BT Wholesale are to combine for a live trial of the technology. The trial will begin in September and is set to run into early next year. It will take place in the St Newlyn East area of South Newquay, Cornwall.

CTExcelbiz was launched through the operator’s subsidiary China Telecom Europe, and its MVNA partner, Transatel.

Huawei-Everything Everywhere deal to pave way for LTE future?

Huawei’s announcement on Monday of its first big UK equipment deal has kicked off speculation that the Chinese vendor is now poised to roll out 4G/LTE services in the country too. The four year deal with T-Mobile and Orange parent Everything Everywhere will involve a major upgrade of the UK telco’s 2G radio network, allowing it to carry 3G data services over the spectrum assigned for 2G use.

MVNO Lebara launches in Saudi Arabia

Everything Everywhere a big hit with MVNO players

UK network venture Everything Everywhere, a collaboration between T-Mobile and Orange, said Thursday it has won three new mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) – Priyo, The Phone Co-op and RMmobile.

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