BT Yahoo mail troubles March 30, 2016 It appears the BT Yahoo mail service which is offered as a subscription service or is bundled with BT Total broadband packages has been experiencing service problems. Vnunet.com has some comments from BT, signifying that the service issues are in the process of being
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Ubiquisys and picoChip announce Femtocell developments November 20, 2017 Two UK companies have announced developments in Femtocells – small cellular base stations that can help extend network coverage. Swindon-base Ubiquisys has announced commercial availability of its wide area femtocell solution, providing a coverage area of up to 5 sq.miles.
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SwitchboardFree Beta integration with Google Analytics September 7, 2017 SwitchboardFree will soon move to Beta to allow for its upcoming integration with Google Analytics. The company currently provides free inbound phone calls for those who live within the UK with a built in promise that subscribers will ‘never miss a call.’
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Kick the SMS habit says Palringo July 2, 2016 The EU’s deadline for cutting the cost of SMS messaging sent abroad was yesterday, meaning that European companies have already got their strategies in place to abide by the directive set. Palringo will be urging people to reduce the amount of text
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3M launches telecom testing products July 10, 2016 3M is launching two new telecom testing products for the UK and Ireland – the Dynatel Advanced Modular System 965AMS and Dynatel Qualification Test Set 950 ADSL2+. The new products are designed to reduce costs incurred by telecom operators in verifying broadband
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T-Mobile and 3 in mast-sharing agreement December 18, 2015 T-Mobile and rival operator, 3, are planning to share phone masts in order to extend high-speed wireless broadband further across the country. The mast-sharing agreement, which is believed to cover 3G access networks, would significantly reduce the costs involved for both
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BenQ increasing co-operation with MediaTek February 13, 2016 Following the separation of its manufacturing unit as Qisda, electronics company BenQ has started to increase its cooperation with MediaTek in developing new handsets. Analysts predict that this will undermine BenQ’s current partnership with Texas Instruments (TI) for the production of 2G handsets.
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MEPs vote to cut roaming charges The European Parliament has voted through a compromise agreement on roaming charges for call phone calls in Europe, which could come into effect next month. A compromise on rates was reached between MEPs and the European presidency earlier in May, and the agreement has now been voted through by
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Tyntec’s health sector SMS alerting used in Australia May 7, 2016 A UK mobile messaging services provider, TynTec, is to provide high-reliability messaging for mission critical health sector applications in Australia. Australian SMS gateway PromptSMS has selected TynTec to provide high-reliability messaging for mission critical health sector applications. PromptSMS’s
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