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Orange announces tariffs for Apple iphone 4

Orange announces tariffs for iPhone 4 with 750 MB data cap for Wi-Fi and 3G. Link to full story below:
http://www.itproportal.com/portal/news/article/2010/6/16/orange-unveils-...

Palm gets acquired by HP for $1.2B

HP acquires Palm for $1.2B reports Telecom Paper. Link to full story is below:
http://www.telecompaper.com/news/article.aspx?cid=731829

No nexus one on Verizon this spring

electronista reports that Google will not launch Nexus one for Verizon this spring. Link to full story below:
http://www.electronista.com/articles/10/04/26/verizon.may.have.scrapped....

Palm approaches Huawei for sale

Business Insider reports that Palm approached Huawei for a possible sale. Discussions havent advanced since february though. Link to full story is below:

http://www.businessinsider.com/palm-approaches-chinese-company-huawei-fo...

Olive Telecom launches India’s first QWERTY triple SIM, social networking Phone for just Rs. 6000

In the already super competitive mobile handset segment Olive Telecom launched the first QWERTY triple SIM, social networking Phone for just Rs. 6000. It will be interesting to see how this one fares against the new entrants Maxx, LAVA, and Guru.

Dual SIM in India at ~$100, the root of new consumer behavior

Cell bharat reports that SAR Group and Wynn Telecom will launch dual SIM in India at ~$100.
Dual SIM are becoming very popular in India and experts have questioned the relevance of Number Portability in light of consumer's ability to afford and use 2 Sim cards. Consumers now subscribe to a steady plan from an operator and keep the other slot for the lowest deal available and baragain hunting. This way they have the assurance of quality and coverage while using the cheapest plan opportunistically through other SIM.

Nokia wins China deals worth more than $2 bln

The world's top mobile phone maker Nokia said Thursday it had renewed cell phone contracts worth more than two billion dollars with two distributors in China, one of its key markets.

"China PTAC is expected to purchase mobile devices valued at more than one billion dollars (741 million euros) from Nokia in 2010," the Finland-based company said in a statement, adding it had also renewed a similar agreement with Telling Telecom Holding.

"Telling is expected to purchase mobile devices valued at more than one billion dollars from Nokia in 2010," Nokia said.

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