Telstra has updated its mobile app, giving customers who have eSIMs the ability to manage them from the app without having to visit a store or requiring an eSIM activation card.
British iPhone users have Samsung high on their list as an alternative smartphone brand, the tech analyst firm Counterpoint Research claims, adding that 75% of existing iPhone users had the South Korean brand among their top three choices for a future purchase.
Much as it did in global shipments for the second quarter, Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies has done likewise in China, leading its home market by shipping 40.2 million units in the quarter and extending its market share to a massive 44%. There was a broad swathe of daylight between Huawei and second-placed vivo.
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