iPhone available on SFR from 8 April; Ericsson plans 100 solar-powered base stations in Africa

> iPhone available on SFR from 8 April. Article

> Ericsson plans 100 solar-powered base stations in Africa. Article

> Retailer price war over the 5800 boosts Nokia's sales figures. Article

> Western European mobile phone market now in recession. Article

> Mobile broadband business model 'unsustainable'. Article

> Telekom Austria slips into the red on restructuring costs. Article

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