Three’s planned merger with Vodafone is ‘a clear attack on consumers’ amid £2bn payout to Hong Kong owners

Three UK has been accused of profiteering from its planned merger with Vodafone after it paid its Hong Kong-listed owner, CK Hutchinson £2 billion. According to trade union Unite, the


EE, O2, Three and Vodafone sued for £3bn amid alleged abuse of dominant powers and overcharging loyal customers

Britain’s biggest mobile phone network providers are facing a class action claim that their loyalty customers are being overcharged. According to consumer rights champion and former Citizen’s Advice executive, Justin


Three celebrates Gogglebox sponsorship with social media prize game

The ‘Lingo Bingo’ game, which is part of a larger integrated campaign, aims to reward the common mobile behaviour of ‘second screening’ by asking viewers play a spot of bingo on their mobile devices while watching the show


Movers and Shakers: SAP, Three, MMA, Teespring, Criteo, Kwalee, and more

The mobile marketing industry is ever-changing, and that applies to the people as much as the technology. Movers & Shakers is our regular feature following the hottest hires in the


Bringing 5G to life: Three on its Call of Duty 5G gaming experience

Mobile Marketing had the chance to sit down with Threes Haran Ramachandran to discuss the company’s recent tie-up with Activision to create an immersive Call of Duty 5G gaming experience and what it could mean for the future of home entertainment


“We want to free the fun”: Three on its digital transformation

Three’s Darran Kolodziej, digital insight manager, and Ruphinder Chahal, eCommerce execution consultant, talk abot the mobile network provider’s digital transformation


Three launches 5G for homes in London

Three has become the third of the UK’s ‘Big Four’ mobile network operators to switch on 5G, following EE and Vodafone. Unlike its rivals, Three has decided to start with


Which?: Vodafone, EE, O2 are the UKs worst mobile networks

The UK’s three biggest mobile network providers have been rated as the worst by customers – with Vodafone finishing bottom of the pile for the eighth year in a row


EE ranked as the number one UK mobile network again

EE has been confirmed as the UK’s leading mobile network operator based on reliability, speed, data, and call and text performance, according to RootMetrics, IHS Markit’s mobile network performance measurement


EE is the number one mobile network in the UK: report

EE has been ranked as the number one major mobile network in the UK, although struggles along with fellow networks when it comes to consistent coverage on trains. In P3’s

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