Ofcom approves BT Openreach pricehike December 5, 2016 BT has been granted permission by telecoms regulator Ofcom to charge its rivals up to 11% more for using its network services. The news follows Ofcom’s announcement in May that it would be re-examining the prices that BT’s Openreach division is allowed to
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China to force liberalisation upon its handset market March 28, 2016 China will soon be enforcing a set of licensing rules that will liberalise the manufacture and sale of mobile phone handsets in the country. In October last year the Chinese State decided to remove its licensing control of the industry.
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£30m Investment in broadband for Wales November 16, 2015 The Welsh Assembly Government is investing £30m to provide businesses in North Wales with high-speed broadband. The FibreSpeed project will link 14 business parks in Wales, as part of a longer term programme to transform broadband services and pricing in the
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T-Mobile and Google shtum on Android phone September 11, 2016 T-Mobile will start selling a new smartphone running Google’s Android software platform within weeks, according to people in the know. A Reuters report, citing ‘people familiar with the matter’, said the two companies are set to make an announcement about the
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British Airway lounges get free Wi-Fi March 30, 2016 British Airways from 1st April 2016 is offering free access to Openzone hot spots in its 25 UK lounges, the agreement with Openzone is for a three year period according to Silicon.com. Certainly not all us have access to the different lounges
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