Watch out, Mr Operator’s about

I’ve given Mr Operator a Twitter account, a domain name and a Disqus account.

Don’t expect to be overflowing with informed Mr Operator opinion every time you turn a corner. He’s a busy chap.

You will, however, see him around the site now and again. I wanted to be clear that if you see the ‘Mr Operator’ user — it’s genuine. I could give Mr Operator the username and password for the Disqus account — however we’re playing it ultra safe. His identity is, as you might imagine, a rather critical secret, given the informed opinion and facts that he often dispenses. There’s an ever-so-slight chance that a over zealous network manager at Vodafone, 3, Verizon, o2, Sprint, China Mobile, T-Mobile or [insert operator network here], might do some lookups and find out the identity.

Therefore Mr Operator sends me his replies by personal email. And I post’em. Likewise with the Twitter account.

If you’d like to follow Mr Operator on Twitter, it’s here: @MROperator.

Check out Mr Operator’s back catalogue here.

By Ewan

Ewan is Founder and Editor of Mobile Industry Review. He writes about a wide variety of industry issues and is usually active on Twitter most days. You can read more about him or reach him with these details.

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