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Telefonica confirms ‘high-level’ BT talks over O2


BT says it has received expressions of interest from two mobile operators about fixed line giant acquiring their mobile business
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Vodafone plans consumer broadband offering early next year


Operator re-enters market it exited in late 2011 and takes on rival EE
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Exclusive Interview: EE CMO Pippa Dunn on EE TV


Mobile News sat down with EE Chief Marketing Officer Pippa Dunn to discuss the reasons behind EE’s entry in to the TV market Read the full story

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BT ‘using government subsidy to compete’


Action needed to ensure that BT doesn’t enter areas where broadband infrastructure already being put in place Read the full story

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Rightmove adds broadband speeds


Broadband is becoming an increasingly important factor for house buyers according to property website Read the full story

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EE brings 4G broadband to rural Cumbria


From December 6 2,000 residents in the area will be able to get superfast wireless broadband using Huawei’s B953 router Read the full story

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Ofcom to protect against mid-contract price rises


Industry regulator clarifies rules allowing consumers to exit mobile, landline and broadband contracts if prices are increased Read the full story

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BT in £31m superfast broadband deal with Dorset County Council


Fibre based technology will be available to 97 per cent of Dorset premises Read the full story

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Avenir Telecom switches to O2 for UC services


The distributor expects to save at least £10,000 over two years by moving to O2 unified communications: fixed line and broadband Read the full story

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Virgin Media recalls ‘dangerous’ modem power supplies


Units could overheat and cause serious injury according to broadband provider

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A good point made in the previous comment, but it was just the field facing engineers that were outsourced not all engineers. Some have since been insourced (QoS, radio planning etc). But agre...
I will just add that EE is a complete rip off. They clearly don't have good reception in quite a few places. This is London I'm talking about as well! I consistently call then complaining t...
Maybe they shouldn't have outsourced all their Engineers to Ericsson then! They were warned they were putting the network at risk, did they care? Did they heck, all comes down to the money and th...
EE User As you say, no TING is faultproof - including your comment!...
will vodafone also be splitting from cable and wireless as well in that case?...
Down with vodafone based on their arrogance, cancel your mobile contracts with them until they play fair...
Mobile working is the buzz-word right now and something the government is encouraging. Being able to work on a train will, in turn, help boost productivity and the economy. You could go around in...
That's updated James - missed removing a couple of dashes as this was originally a story for the print edition. Hope you can enjoy your day now....
Dear Pádraig McGarrigle Does your computer have spell checker? every- thing, opportu- nities, op- eration. Seriously?...
if the train companies want to provide it, i have no problem. same as if hotels provide it, i have no problem. I do have a problem with tax payers funding it. Ticket prices are paid to the train ...

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