City analysts have accused Orange and T-Mobile of “dithering” after they axed plans for a £10 billion flotation of EE.
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Friday 08 August 2008
T-Mobile UK posted half-year revenues up 1.7 per cent to £1.6bn yesterday, including a 360 per cent rise in Mobile Broadband devices and a contract customer base up 0.6 per cent to 3.9 million. But earnings before interest, tax, deductions and amortisation were down by 17.6 per cent to £155m and some 517,000 customers walked away in the period.
Sunday 18 May 2008
Saturday 17 May 2008
Q. In September 2006, I signed a 12-month contract with T-Mobile, through Mobile Connections, which provided me with two handsets, with 500 free minutes for each handset. I had to pay £35 monthly by direct debit. This was to be refunded to me each month, providing I presented a paid bill to their Birmingham shop, within 28 days of the date of billing. Three months later, I took a friend to Mobile Connections, but his account application was declined. Mobile Connections suggested I process his application using my bank account, with the staff pointing out that my money was not at risk as the money would be refunded to my account. He took up an 18-month contract with T-Mobile, with £35 taken from my account each month, to be refunded on the same conditions as with my account.
Friday 28 March 2008
In a sport where medals are won and lost by fractions of a second it is not often that you see a competitor punching the air in celebration more than a lap from the finish line. Bradley Wiggins, however, rode the final stages of last night's race for the gold medal in the men's team pursuit competition with his fist pumping skywards as Britain took the title here at the world track championships in world record time.
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Monday 09 October 2006
Top managers and senior pilots at British Airways should take a massive cut in retirement benefits as part of attempts to tackle its pensions black hole, according to representatives of lower-paid workers.
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Tuesday 12 July 2005
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