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Majority of BlackBerry Trade-Ins at T-Mobile Switch to Apple iPhone

T-Mobile USA’s controversial offer to BlackBerry customers to trade their phones in for an Apple iPhone appears to have worked for the mobile network. Click here for more.


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LG to Add “Knock” Feature to Majority of New Smartphones

LG Electronics (LG) announced that its Knock feature (formerly known as KnockON) will be included as a standard feature in the company’s key mobile devices in the future. Click here for more.


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Majority of U.S. Consumers Value Paper and Disagree With Digital-Only Communications

Results indicate that many consumers want to retain the choice of receiving paper bills and statements at no additional cost. Click here for more.


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MTS Sells its Majority Stake in Uzbekistan’s UMS

Russia’s MTS has sold its 50.01% stake in Uzbekistan’s UMS to the national government. Click here for more.


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Majority of Americans Deny Their Smartphone Behaviors

It appears the majority of Americans need a dose of reality when it comes to their own smartphone behaviors. Click here for more.


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Majority of Wireless Consumers Support Abolition of Net Neutrality

A new CTIA-commissioned Harris Poll survey found that Americans would overwhelmingly welcome new free data options that allow consumers to access more content and services without counting against their data plan. Click here for more.


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American Tower Buys Majority Stake in Indian Tower Owner

USA based American Tower is paying US$ 1.16 billion to buy a controlling stake in the Indian tower operator, Viom Networks. Click here for more.


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Maltese Mobile Network Put Up for Sale by Majority Shareholder

UAE based Emirates International Telecommunications (EIT) has confirmed that it plans to dispose of its 60 percent shareholding in the Maltese telecoms operator, Go. Click here for more.


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Majority of UK Publishers Not Optimising for Mobile Websites

The majority of the UK’s largest print publications are missing out on their slice of the estimated andpound;526m annual spend on mobile advertising by not offering digital sites which render effectively on tablets and smartphones, Click here for more.


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Majority of Internet Users Believe Affordable Access Should be a Basic Human Right

A survey of Internet users in 24 countries has found that 83% of them believe that affordable access to the internet should be a basic human right. Click here for more.


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