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How secure is mobile?

Posted on 06.06.2016

There are various scare stories about Security on the internet in general and mobile in particular. This seems to provoke three reactions- Ignore it as hyperbole, the internet is so big no one will find me The data itself doesn’t contain... Read more »


Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery

Posted on 11.01.2016

Mobius has worked hard for over ten years to build a reputation for quality and innovation. In terms of Quality we are still the only Airtime supplier to be both ISO 9001:2008 accredited as well as the credit card industry standard PCI DSS. In innovation... Read more »


The end of Mobile?

Posted on 03.06.2015

There is a raft of new radio technologies coming out. There usually is but this time they are coalescing around Internet of Things and it appears to be adding a bit of energy and excitement into the sector. Internet of Things isn’t new. Here we ... Read more »


Can the Internet of Things be 'Fair'?

Posted on 01.05.2015

Can the Internet of Things be 'Fair'? We have looked at the impact of contracts and the rise of Fair Usage as a sensible response to the rather counter intuitive situation of a Network needing protection from their customers. This works to a degree... Read more »


*subject to fair usage policy

Posted on 01.04.2015

*subject to fair usage policy? Is Fair Usage fair? We discussed previously the problem that networks have with consumers and the impact that has on enforcing contracts. The imbalance in the relationship between the mighty networks and the ordinary... Read more »


And my wife's recipe for ratatouille

Posted on 23.03.2015

We have all got used to Mobile Contracts. There may be pages of script so small that an arc lamp and industrial strength glasses will not be enough to allow the thing to be read. On line where you can make the font any size you want, we still skip... Read more »


Is voice roaming bad for business?

Posted on 11.02.2015

Is voice roaming bad for business? SIMs that can roam in country are a key part of Machine to Machine (M2M). For example an O2 SIM that can also use EE and Vodafone if there happens to be no O2 available. This is very attractive- it can create a more... Read more »


Diversity - a forgotten radio concept

Posted on 02.01.2015

Diversity - a forgotten radio concept. So much of Radio Frequency (RF) performance was a dark art when there were still lots of people that understood it. It is not then surprising that 20 years into a world of radio modules offering IEEE standards... Read more »


A SIM is for life, not just for Christmas

Posted on 19.12.2014

A SIM is for life, not just for Christmas. We have all got used to the networks sending out SIMs as part of an upgrade or swapping network. The user takes the back of the phone off, pops the new SIM in and away you go. Even the introduction of a dangerous... Read more »


Donald Rumsfeld was right

Posted on 26.11.2014

“…because as we know, there are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns -- the ones we don't know we... Read more »


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