Mobile social networking enhancements from GyPSii
May 15, 2016
As part of the ongoing development and improvement of its service, GyPSii has made a series of significant enhancements to its mobile social networking features.
GyPSii’s mobile lifestyle application connects people, places and communities across networks and devices.
Openet Partners With Sandvine
September 16, 2017
Dublin-based Openet, a provider of transactional intelligence solutions, has entered into a partnership with Sandvine, which provides network solutions to improve the quality of experience on the Internet.
The partnership has brought a network policy control and charging solution to broadband and wireless
LG still maintains expansion plans
October 16, 2015
Korean firm LG is still considering overseas acquisitions to provide new growth avenues as the firm sets it’s sights on becoming one of the largest electronics companies in the world.
The firm is already the world’s fifth largest mobile handset producer.
T-Mobile free games kick-start marketing revolution
December 5, 2016
Network provider T-Mobile has announced plans to offer free games for its UK customers to download.
The only catch is that two interactive full screen adverts are played on your phone each time you start the game, and two more once you’ve
Loop Mobile appoints CEO
August 20, 2017
Indian telecoms provider Loop Mobile has appointed Sandip Basu as chief executive officer.
Basu takes the helm ahead of plans to roll-out Loop Telecom nationwide.
He has also been tasked with strengthening the position of Loop Mobile in Mumbai.
Basu, who replaces
Satellite broadband launches in UK
May 5, 2017
Broadband satellite technology means that people living in rural Britain will soon have access to high speed broadband of up to 10Mbps.
Eutelsat, the company launching the service, currently offers ‘Tooway’ satellite broadband at speeds of up to 2Mbps.
The service costs
Asda Mobile joins price war
August 28, 2016
Walmart owned supermarket chain, Asda, has announced severe price cuts to its pay-as-you go mobile phone service.
From 1st September flat rate call prices will be slashed in half from 16p to 8p per minute, whilst text messages will be reduced from 5p
Ericsson to axe 5,000 jobs
January 21, 2017
Sweden-based telecoms giant, Ericsson, announced plans today to axe 5,000 jobs as part of a new cost cutting strategy.
The announcement came as the company reported a 31% fall in fourth quarter profits.
Despite a 23% rise in sales, fourth quarter earnings
Ofcom to allow 3G at 900Mhz
September 20, 2015
Telecoms regulator, Ofcom, is to liberalise parts of the UK radio spectrum in order to accelerate mobile broadband usage. The plan could generate an additional £6 billion for the economy.
Ofcom wants Vodafone Group and Telefonica O2 to give up part
Firecomms announce plastic optical fiber plans
May 16, 2016
Firecomms Ltd., have announced plans to introduce high performance plastic optical fiber networks, to support broadband applications in residential and commercial environments.
The Plastic Optical Fiber development from Firecomms means a low cost product can be produced for a market now worth