Nokia unveils $99 phone; BT puts focus on broadband for all

> Nokia updated its Asha operating system and unveiled a $99 Asha 501 phone in a bid to targets the low-cost market. Article

> The smartphone for the socially conscious, the Fairphone, goes on sale in four different versions in the coming days, with a cost of €325. Article

> BT said its focus this year will be on fibre, Wi-Fi and making use of its recently won LTE spectrum to drive broadband connectivity across the UK. Release

> The Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) showed an increase in the theft of mobile phones, to an estimated 826,000 in 2011-12 compared to 797,000 in 2010-11. Article

> Slovenia is planning to sell off 15 state-owned companies, including operator Telekom Slovenia. Article

> India's Piramal Enterprises may exit its 11 per cent investment in Vodafone's local unit next year. Article

And finally…8-year-olds cost British parents a total of £30 million through "accidental" in-app purchases. Article

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