Huawei Gets Shafted Again as Dixons Carphone Drops Support for Its 5G Smartphones

Huawei is having a bit of a time of it right now as companies start pulling its handsets from their 5G lineups. After the US blacklisted the Chinese tech giant, Google dropped support for Huawei devices. A number of UK mobile network providers followed including Vodafone and EE. And now Dixons Carphone is yanking Huawei's phones from its shelves. Read More >>

Dixons Carphone Announces 134 Store Closures, But Expects to Hire More Staff

Off the back of strong Christmas sales, Dixons Carphone has announced the closure of 134 stores, though it says that this won’t result in job losses. On the contrary, the company claims that if anything, it expects to either add to its workforce or simply maintain current staff numbers. Read More >>

Dixons Carphone’s “Store-in-Stores” Open Today

Three months after the Dixons/ Carphone Warehouse merger first started picking up momentum, the newly formed Dixons Carphone shops will today open. Seven "store-in-stores" fling open their doors, with a further 23 planned for the end of the year. Read More >>

Carphone Warehouse Wants to Sell Mobile Contracts From its Own Network

Carphone Warehouse is said to be in talks with the Three network, with the mobile phone store considering establishing its own network. According to the Financial Times, Carphone Warehouse would leverage Three's network infrastructure and operate as an MVNO in the same way that Tesco Mobile or Mobile by Sainsbury's already do. Read More >>

Dixons and Carphone Warehouse Merger Gives Birth to Dixons Carphone

The rumoured £3.8 billion Dixons / Carphone Warehouse merger has today been confirmed, bringing together two of the largest tech retailers on the UK high street under the new Dixons Carphone banner. Read More >>