European competition authorities have blocked a proposed merger between British mobile networks Three and O2, the latest in a string of big changes for the UK market.
Mobile network EE's new budget tablet costs £120, or as little as £30 upfront.
The mobile network isn't just focused on ensuring the population of the UK is hooked up. It promises connectivity across the whole landmass.
After the deal closes this month, UK customers will see new bundled options when it's time to buy broadband, phone and TV service.
BT's buyout of EE does not pose any risk to competition in the UK telecommunications, says CMA.
Samsung's gigantic new mobile, which features two curved edges, will be on sale in the UK in a few weeks' time. Samsung says the Galaxy Note 5 isn't going on sale here, however.
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The screen and camera won't ruffle any feathers, but that price is nothing to peck at.
The fine highlights a problem with the way the mobile industry deals with complaints.
EE's latest bird of prey has an 8-inch wingspan and swoops into shops with a Full HD screen, an octa-core processor and 2GB of RAM.
The camera broadcasts from your head to the Web and comes with a viewfinder watch.
EE's 5.2-inch Harrier and 4.7-inch Harrier Mini come with Android Lollipop and very affordable prices.
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