S&P cuts Nokia rating after NSN buy; Myanmar may only consider a single mobile network

> Myanmar could be considering a single mobile network, in a possible blow to the country's two recent licence winners. Article

> Polish banks are planning a mobile payment venture that seems to bypass both credit cards and mobile operators. Article

> UK regulator Ofcom fined a mobile phone insurer £2.8 million ($4.3 million) over the poor handling of complaints. Article

> Saudi Arabia's Mobily signed agreements with Nokia Siemens Networks and Ericsson to fund the purchase of $650 million of equipment from the two network vendors. Article

> Standard & Poor's downgraded Nokia by one notch to B+, from BB-, citing pressure on the company's net cash following its agreement to take over Siemens' 50 per cent stake in Nokia Siemens Networks. Article

And finally…Following a UK supermarket worker's refusal to serve a customer unless they ended their call, it appears that mobile phone rage resonates at the highest levels. Article

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