Three has introduced its digital empowerment programme, Discovery, to Scotland. The programme's one-to-one sessions will be accessible to anyone at Three stores in Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Three has announced 'Go Binge' which will allow customers to stream TV and music from various sources, including Netflix, without using up their data allowance. No pricing was announced.
Three has been fined £1.9 million because of a single point of failure in its emergency call system. Ofcom found that the flaw could have led to people not being able to call the emergency services.
Microsoft is working with numerous global carriers "to provide seamless eSIM connectivity" for the new generation of Always Connected Windows 10 PCs, with 'silicon support' from Intel and Qualcomm.
Three has gained the backing of 100,000 people for its MakeTheAirFair campaign which aims to push the regulator, Ofcom, to limit companies to owning a total of 30% of the mobile spectrum.
Three UK CEO hits-out over European Commission intervention which ruled that mobile network Three may not merge with rival O2 to become Europe's best mobile network.
Three UK has announced pre-orders for the new Samsung Galaxy Note7. While stocks last, Three are also bundling in a Galaxy VR headset. There is an upfront cost of £149 then £35 per month.
Google today announced its first international carrier for Project Fi: Three. According to the company, the service will now offer high-speed data in over 135 destinations in over a dozen countries.
Three has announced that it will conduct a 24-hour trial of opt-in ad-blocking on its network one a day during the week commencing June 13. The move has drawn criticism from online ad proponents.
UK phone carrier, Three, has announced that on June 13 the price for sending MMS messages will increase by more than double. Three suggests people use data messaging apps as a means to send an MMS.
EE has taken a swing at rival mobile network, Three, by getting one of its adverts banned in the UK, and then proceeding to mock the network on Twitter, by making fun of its advertising campaign.
European regulators said that Three's parent company, Hutchison, had "failed to adequately address the serious concerns raised" over the deal, which would have increased prices and harmed innovation.
HTC says it's started shipping the 10 in the US - but there's some ambiguity over its availability in the UK, where Amazon now says it will be released 12 days later than previously expected.
Three UK and Amazon have both said that pre-orders for the HTC 10 will begin shipping this Friday, May 6 - but Carphone Warehouse says its deliveries won't begin for another '10-13 days'.
Three Ireland has added carrier billing support on its network for the Windows Store, which covers Windows 10 Mobile and Windows Phone 8.1, allowing you to pay using your phone.
EE is currently offering a 12-month plan with 16GB of 4G data, including tethering, and unlimited minutes and texts for £19.99 a month, down from £34.99 - and existing customers could pay just £16.49.
The CEO of the UK's Competition and Markets Authority says he agrees with the EC's assessment of Three's proposed takeover of O2 UK, saying it should be blocked unless concerns are properly addressed.
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As regulators prepare to publish their objections to Three's proposed acquisition of O2 UK, Three's parent company has pledged to freeze prices for all customers on both networks for five years.
The head of the UK's telecoms regulator says the European Commission should block the £10.5bn deal, as it will reduce competition and "could mean higher prices for consumers and businesses".
Three has defended its plans to move customers off of an unlimited data tariff on to a more expensive one in order to remove 'legacy' tarriffs that are no longer sold to new customers.
Three says it's already the UK's "most reliable" network - but with the addition of new spectrum on its network, it promises even greater reliability, plus nationwide 4G speed boosts of up to 50%.
UK mobile network provider, Three, has announced plans to create a new service in the UK called Super Voice 4G, to improve indoor mobile signal.
Hutchison Whampoa, the parent company of the Three brand, has announced plans to sell 33 percent of the combined Three and O2 network once its buyout of O2 UK is completed.
Three has announced pricing for the Honor 6 Plus in the UK with the smartphone set to be available on contracts starting at £24 per month, and unlocked on pay as you go for under £300.
Dixons Carphone will launch its new mobile network 'iD' in May, promising free data roaming in the USA and 21 other countries, along with 12-month contracts and "the best value 4G on the UK market".
Google is in talks with Hutchinson - the parent of the Three mobile network - to create a global network that charges US customers the same for calls, texts and data irrespective of location.
Telefónica has agreed to sell O2 UK to Hutchison Whampoa, owner of Three - subject to regulatory approval - in a £10.25bn deal, creating a 'super-carrier' with more customers than any other in the UK.
Brits whose phones were stolen have been liable for huge call charges racked up by thieves, with some bills as high as £23,000 - but five carriers have now agreed to limit customer liability to £100.
Samsung's new flagship smartphones are now available to pre-order in the UK, with SIM-free prices starting at £599.99 for the Galaxy S6 32GB, and £760.00 for the 64GB Galaxy S6 Edge.
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Dixons Carphone is to become a mobile operator, offering customers the ability to change their price plans as needed, along with support for 'smart home' devices and Internet of Things connectivity.
Hutchison Whampoa, owner of Three, has confirmed that it is in exclusive talks with Telefónica to acquire O2 UK in a deal worth up to £10.25bn, which would create the UK's largest mobile carrier.
Just a few weeks after BT confirmed that it is in talks to acquire EE, the parent company of Three is said to be considering a £9bn bid to take over O2 from Spanish communications giant Telefónica.
The chairman of Jolla - formed by ex-Nokia employees, and which created the Jolla Phone and Sailfish OS - believes that his OS, not Windows Phone or BlackBerry, is "the third mobile operating system".
Three UK says that every phone it sells, both on contract and PAYG, is now unlocked, rather than being restricted to its network, and existing customers can get their Three handsets unlocked free.
Three has announced that it is extending its 'Feel At Home' inclusive international roaming to five more countries - France, Switzerland, Israel, Finland and Norway - bringing the total to sixteen.
Three UK has launched its 4G services, at no extra cost over existing price plans and with unlimited data available, while customers will now be able to use their inclusive minutes and data in the US.
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