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21 November 2012
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  • Renamed EE makes aggressive 4G push in U.K.
    After the introduction of its 4G network in the U.K., Everything Everywhere has changed its name to EE. The joint venture of Deutsche Telekom and France Telecom says it now aims to make 4G service more widely available in the U.K. than in any other European market. CNN (15 Nov.) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • Facebook offers purchase billing via mobile carrier in France
    Facebook now offers direct charges to mobile users' monthly bills for items such as virtual gifts and game credits. The Bango-powered service through Orange France is an extension of Facebook's launch of mobile carrier billing in the U.S., the U.K. and Germany. TechCrunch (19 Nov.) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • SumUp now in 7 countries across Europe
    Dongle-based mobile payments company SumUp now claims to be the largest service of its kind, as measured by the number of countries served. The new additions are Italy, the Netherlands and Spain, bringing the nation count to seven after earlier launches in Austria, Germany, Ireland and the U.K. TechCrunch (14 Nov.) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
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  • Advantage Samsung in devices sold, but Apple the easy leader in ad impressions
    Samsung is improving its lead in terms of the number of smartphones sold, but Apple remains well ahead in terms of ad impressions on Adfonic's network, Adfonic says. Apple has 37% of impressions on the network, compared with 24% for Samsung in the third quarter. "It is significant that, even though Samsung is making huge inroads in device ownership and gaining mobile advertising share, it is still losing ground to Apple. And these results don't take into account the impact of new Apple devices such as the iPhone 5, the iPad Mini and the new iPad, which will be felt during Q4," said Victor Malachard, Adfonic's CEO. TechCrunch (19 Nov.) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
  • 30% surge in mobile couponing predicted for next year
    The introduction of Passbook and the increasing penetration of couponing into social networks will contribute to a 30% increase in mobile coupon use next year, Juniper Research projects. Juniper also notes that merchants are increasingly using coupons to develop more sophisticated relationships with customers rather than merely to drive in-store traffic. FierceWireless/Europe (14 Nov.) LinkedInFacebookTwitterEmail this Story
 
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