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Vodafone Expanding UK Retail Store Outlets

Vodafone UK has announced plans to open a further 50 retail stores over the coming financial year, taking its total to 400. The expansion plans build on Vodafone’s announcement in March that it would be recruiting over 300 more retail employees. more

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British Drivers Still Texting While Driving

A survey of 2,000 Facebook users by the UK motoring association, the RAC has revealed that 45% of UK drivers are still using SMS whilst driving. more

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UK Operators Sharing 3G Spectrum for Mobile TV Trials

Orange and T-Mobile UK have announced they intend to jointly pilot a new mobile TV and multimedia broadcast service in London using NextWave Wireless' 3G MBMS based TDtv solution.  more

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Office Space is Shrinking

It seems that as the mobile phone has shrunk over time, so has the mobile phone workers office space. A study by the property consultancy Knight Frank has reported that office space per worker in the south-east of the UK is shrinking. Citing several companies, including Vodafone - the study reported that historic allocations of 140 - 190 sq ft are now reducing to 120 - 130 sq ft per person. more

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Vodafone Offers 3G to Apple MacBooks

Vodafone UK says that it is going to start offering a 3G datacard that will work with Apple laptop computers. The device, which will be available in the autumn, will allow customers to access Vodafone's high speed 3G broadband service by simply plugging it into the USB slot on their computer. more

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