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Mobile phone industry 'can share networks'

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Mobile provider O2 is struggling to cope with the technological demands of the iPhone. The surging popularity of downloading video clips, surfing the internet and loading applications is causing outages and problems for users.

Technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones outlines the iPhone's growing popularity, and Peter Cochrane, former chief technology officer at BT and chief executive officer of Cochrane Associates, discusses how network providers are trying to cope with the demand.

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