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Everything Everywhere and BT start first 4G UK trial

With the world’s fastest mobile broadband network

Mobile phone umbrella company Everything Everywhere and BT Wholesale have started the UK’s first next generation 4G LTE network, with 200 people in Cornwall.

Everything Everywhere brings out iPad 2 costs

Everything Everywhere prices up tablets

Mobile phone networks Orange and T-Mobile that make up Everything Everywhere has announced their take on the Apple iPad 2 tablet, starting from £199 with a 2GB data allowance.

Everything Everywhere to get the iPad 2

Nothing Nowhere keeps on taking the tablets

Mobile phone networks Orange and T-Mobile have made public they will both be carrying the new Apple iPad 2, when the device arrives at the end of March.

Everything Everywhere opens shop

Everything Everywhere hits the high street

Companies Orange and T-Mobile under the umbrella of Everything Everywhere are opening up single branded shops around the UK.

Everything Everywhere starts from today

Orange and T-Mobile are now oneeverything

Orange and T-Mobile in the UK have officially merged today where all their employees now work for the new company – Everything Everywhere Limited. This now creates the country’s largest communications company and they hope, the new leader of the industry.

T-Mobile outs iPhone 4S looking Vivacity Android mobile phone

T-Mobile Vivacity

On own website

One part of the Everything Everywhere umbrella company T-Mobile has made public it will soon be carrying an own branded mobile phone known as the T-Mobile Vivacity.

Orange announces ZTE own branded San Francisco II

San Francisco II

Officially

Mobile phone network Orange has launched the San Francisco II Android mobile phone, on pay as you go deals with cost attached of £99 for the device.

Orange leaks own branded San Francisco II ZTE made phone, on phone’s support page

Accidently, or course

One part of the Everything Everywhere mobile phone network Orange has accidently unveiled the yet be officially announced San Francisco II mobile phone – as the successor to this year’s ZTE Blade network-branded handset.

Weekly Newsletter – October 31st – November 4th

The week started with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus going on sale on November 17th and Galaxy Note hitting stores on Thursday, Sony bought Ericsson out of Sony Ericsson and the Porsche designed BlackBerry mobile phone was announced. Motorola sold 100,000 Xoom tablets in three months, Windows Phone ‘Mango’ update is now available for all WP7 mobile phones, Sainsbury’s is to launch their own mobile phone network, Virgin Media offered free Spotify Premium for six months on mobile phones and Nokia Windows Phone 7 ‘Mango’ Lumia 800 mobile phone is under £400 on pay as you go deals with Three.

Sainsbury’s to launch own mobile phone network

Possibly with Orange and T-Mobile

On-line mobile industry publication Mobile Magazine has learnt that the supermarket Sainsbury’s could be partnering with the mobile phone network umbrella company Everything Everywhere, to launch their own network in the UK.