O2 moves jobs to South Africa; Vodafone launches new unlimited 'Red' tariff

> O2 will move 200 UK jobs to a South African call centre run by its outsourcing partner Capita. Article

> Vodafone's "Red" tariff will offer unlimited calls, texts and up to 2 GB of monthly data. Article

> Bouygues Telecom looks to revive its position in the prepaid market. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent's board will reportedly tackle the company's restructuring this week. Article

And finally… A U.S. judge said iPhone owners cannot sue Apple over broken screen glass. Article

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