3 offers free Skype calls June 16, 2017 Soon Skype customers who use 3 UK will be able to purchase a new contact agreement, titled the SIM Zero contract that will allow them to make Skype phone calls to other Skype users, instant messages, and unlimited voice mail and Windows Live messenger
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China Netcom opens London HQ October 31, 2015 China’s second largest fixed-line telephone company, China Netcom, is opening its European Headquarters in London this week. In line with China’s current “go-global policy, China Netcom plans to serve both Chinese companies with operations in Europe and European companies with operations in
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Nortel’s stock hits lowest point since 1980 September 22, 2016 Nortel’s share price plummeted this week after the company slashed its projected revenues for the third quarter to $2.3 billion, down 14% on year. Projected yearly revenues for North America’s biggest maker of telecoms equipment were also down on year at
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Ofcom panel calls for broadband speed clarity October 11, 2015 Ofcom’s independent consumer panel has called on ISP’s to be clearer on broadband speeds. Ofcom Consumer Panel chairman, Colette Bowe, has written to six leading ISPs, asking for their views on how clearer information could be given to potential customers
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Ofcom bans 0870 revenue sharing August 3, 2017 Companies with an 0870 helpline will no longer receive a cut of revenues generated from customer calls. Under new Ofcom rules, effective from 1 August 2017, revenue sharing for 0870 numbers is now illegal. In addition, companies will have to inform customers
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O2 Broadband top choice at BroadbandGenie January 19, 2018 The latest data from leading broadband help and comparison website Broadbandgenie.co.uk shows 2017 was a strong year for O2 in online broadband sales, with BT, Virgin Media and PlusNet also making big impressions. Home broadband products from O2 were chosen by
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T-Mobile broadband advert banned October 15, 2016 T-Mobile is the latest mobile operator to fall foul of the UK’s Advertising Standards Agency (ASA). The ASA has ordered that T-Mobile pulls an advert which suggests that mobile broadband is as fast as home broadband. The advert in question was in a
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OpenCloud Appoints VP Of Asia Pacific May 20, 2016 Provider of next-gen real-time telecommunication application servers, OpenCloud, have announced the appointment of Kelvin Ng as Vice President of Sales in the Asia Pacific. It will be Ng’s duty to superintend sales and growth, as well as providing a solid understanding of
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T-Mobile unveils Wi-Fi router for mobile broadband October 3, 2016 T-Mobile has unveiled a new docking station for its 3G mobile broadband dongles. The docking station functions as a Wi-Fi wireless router, allowing up to three users to access the internet at once, over the same connection. Software supplied with
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AOL Broadband offers no minimum contract broadband March 9, 2016 Broadband Wireless Flexi is the most recent product in the AOL Broadband collection. It is fundamentally the equivalent as the existing Broadband Wireless product except it has no minimum contract term, making it perfect for those who want a contract without any
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