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White Xperia Play comes exclusively to O2

Pocket-Lint: O2 is just one of many mobile phone carriers which are providing the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, but to our knowledge it's the only one that's come out so far with a white version of the gaming handset.

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-Mezzo-4813d ago

Color exclusivity sounds stupid, But as for the phone, it sure looks good, it's certainly not something i would Trade in my Galaxy S for.

jidery4812d ago

The thing i like about this phone is you don't have to make the choice between your portable game system or your phone, with this you get them in the same device and don't have to lug around a phone and a psp.

michass84812d ago

This is strange for smartphone manufacturer, to stick with only one network provider. If they want to sell more devices, they should be accessabele through all carriers. Well we always have a choice to get device from some internet store, but the price will be higher and we wont get them on the contract... :)

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Ofcom delays mobile spectrum auction

Ofcom is to delay the start of its auction for another chunk of 4G spectrum, after threats of legal action from Telefonica and Hutchison, parent companies of O2 and Three.

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#WearTheRose: O2 Taking Virtual Rugby Experience on The Road

VRFocus - Recently phone network giant O2 has made a partnership with The England Rugby Team. To celebrate the partnership, the company has started off its Wear The Rose campaign. During this campaign, an Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD) will be taken around the UK showcasing what is the first virtual reality (VR) sports experience.

ajax173360d ago

That's pretty cool. Hopefully we'll see this happen with other sports as well.

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BT in talks to buy O2

BT is in talks to buy O2, Britain's second-largest mobile network, which it originally spun off in 2001 and is now owned by Spain's Telefonica.

The telecoms giant said it had also been approached by the shareholders of another British operator, believed to be EE, which is owned by Deutsche Telekom and Orange.

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Devil-X3437d ago

British Telecom would be lamenting their decision now to spun it off in 2001.

Sahil3433d ago

Just them already BT, am fed up of O2's service, so frustrating.