BT believes it can generate an additional £1.6bn a year in sales thanks to huge deal
BT created domino effect by acquiring EE, and now its TV rival is upping its game
O2 deal will make Three the biggest mobile operator in the UK
Hong Kong conglomerate returns fire after BT's purchase of EE
Poor mobile coverage will be rectified by refreshing existing ESN contract, with no need for an extension to mobile services contract
Telecoms giant BT vies to get back into mobile communications 12 years after it floated-off O2
Deal could be worth £10bn, but BT claims it is interested in another mobile operator's business too
Is the government being serious about a national roaming plan that has left mobile networks flabbergasted? Sooraj Shah finds out
William Buller likens business challenges with mobility to dialogue from hit US TV show Breaking Bad
'Think Big Hub' intended to train 3,000 young people in its first year
Firms will see a customer backlash if data is used inappropriately, according to Asda's head of insight and pricing, Alex Chruszcz
Is the joint venture between the UK's biggest telcos going to cause a customer backlash, and is it against the law?
Joint venture from O2, Vodafone and EE will allow users to make mobile payments without battery or the internet
Weve aims to deliver targeted ads using opted-in customers' anonymised data
Zapp users can pay by asking the retailer for a six-digit code, or using NFC or QR technology
Mobile operator says customers will be able to use UK minutes, data and texts in the US, with no extra charges
Vodafone only network to fail to meet obligation to deliver 3G coverage to 90 per cent of UK population
Network speeds are far higher in the city centre than London's surrounding areas
Mobile operators claim that proposed prices are 'excessive'
Vodafone to extend service to Liverpool, Glasgow and Manchester
Outage affecting phone, text and data has left customers wanting compensation
Jordan tells Sooraj Shah about the three projects that will transform the firm better known in the UK as O2
Three will continue to offer 'all you can eat data' to customers on 4G
EE's rivals in the LTE space finally arrive, but is three a crowd?