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Tuesday, August 14th 2018

The hosting and Internet service provider Freeola has recently launched their FTTP based ultrafast home broadband packages which offer average download speeds of 140 or 290 Mbps in peak time followed by the launch of G.fast plans. Freeola is an internet service provider which offers unrivalled servi.......

Wednesday, July 4th 2018

In the beginning of May 2018, TalkTalk had planned to sell their direct B2B business for £175 m to The Daisy Group. Both of them had also signed a deal with terms to transfer existing customers of Talktalk's direct B2B business to Daisy. It includes SME, SoHo and large enterprise customer base of a.......

Tuesday, February 27th 2018

Ofcom, the telecoms regulator of UK, is going ahead with the auction of 4G and 5G related radio spectrum, which will see the bidding for the 40MHz frequency in the 2.3GHz bandwidth and the 150MHZ in the 3.4GHz bandwidth. The regulator has cleared 6 telecoms operators to.......

Friday, October 27th 2017

Ofcom has started formally the process to clear bandwidth for use by 5G mobile and mobile broadband services in future and that falls between 3.6GHz and 3.8GHz of the radio spectrum in UK. Mobile Network Operators will not be allowed to operate in this spectrum slot in .......

Thursday, October 12th 2017

Ofcom has granted Inmarsat, the satellite firm, a license that will allow them to use ground-based masts across UK to support its European Aviation Network (EAN), over the 2GHz band, that aims to provide seamless Wi-Fi in-flight for passengers on board European aircraft.

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Tuesday, July 18th 2017

The telecoms regulator, Ofcom, has announced a series of measures, including a dedicated Openreach Monitoring Unit, to monitor the transition of Openreach towards a legal separation from its parent company BT. The unit will asses whether the new governance rules are bei.......

Thursday, April 6th 2017

Under a new plan, UK's telecoms regulator, Ofcom, will allow customers to use repeaters to boost or retransmit mobile signals indoors, to help increase coverage. Presently, it's unlawful to, without approval of a mobile operator, to use these devices, as it.......

Saturday, April 1st 2017

Ofcom, the telecoms regulator of UK, has told BT Openrerach to cut charges it puts on rivals such as Sky and TalkTalk. The watchdog said Openreach, which maintains the broadband network of UK, should charge £52.77 per year for a standard line into a household, fro.......

Monday, March 27th 2017

Ofcom has slapped a fine of £42 million on BT Group for the failure of its Openreach arm to compensate other telecoms providers for delays in installation of the 'Ethernet' services. The regulator found in its investigation that BT misused terms of it.......

Thursday, March 23rd 2017

The telecoms regulator Ofcom has slapped on BT-owned Plusnet, a fine of £880,000 for overcharging customers after they have cancelled their broadband and phone services. Following investigations, the telecoms watchdog found Plusnet had broken a fundamental billing.......


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