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3G Monday, 12 January, 2004, 15:23 GMT
Nokia concept 3G terminal 3G 'lemmings' face tough future
European telecoms firms face huge problems over the introduction of 3G technology and don't seem to know how to solve them, analysts say.
How do 3G phones work?
BBC News Online's technology correspondent Mark Ward explains how new technology will speed users' mobile phone calls.
Big Brother or friendly helper?
As mobile phone operators prepare to launch their third generation mobile phones, it is unclear what the potential cost to individual privacy is.
Scramble for licences
The story of the sales of radio spectrum across Europe has been one of unpredictable results and widely varying fortunes.
  WATCH/LISTEN
  NEWS BULLETINS
 Launch console for latest Audio/Video


Auctions worldwide



Allies and enemies


Launch 3G Guide
A quick guide to 3G


As BT Cellnet launches the UK's first GPRS mobile phones, BBC News Online explains what they are, how much they cost and whether you should get one. New mobiles
The UK gets GPRS phones but what are they?
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