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Friday, May 27th 2016

Post Office Mobile, the pay-as-you-go mobile service which operates on the EE network, offered by the Post Office, will stop selling its service, to close on 8th August. According to the online notice the Post Office has decided to conclude the .......

Sunday, July 13th 2014

UK’s Post Office is all set to launch its own mobile phone service network towards the end of 2014. EE will be providing the necessary infrastructure for its MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) service. This new service launch will happen through .......

Saturday, July 20th 2013

The Post Office has decided to migrate to a broadband platform run by Fujitsu and TalkTalk Wholesale on a five year contract. Additionally MDS has been brought in to manage consumer billing and settlement and Capita is in to provide the Customer Contact centre. The new investment and managed plat.......

Monday, April 22nd 2013

EE has launched one of the first LTE Category4, 150Mbps capable WiFi modems (MiFi), which is the Huwei E5776. This mobile WiFi modem is capable of sharing 4G mobile broadband (connecting up to 10 devices like a mini WiFi router) using the EE network. This first of its kind device creates a mobile.......

Monday, April 8th 2013

Sky has acknowledged that it was aware of a quirky problem, when Sky switched their email providers from Google to Yahoo. The change has caused a problem, as customers started getting their deleted messages delivered to their inbox repeatedly. Disgruntled customers have complained of the problem .......

Sunday, March 10th 2013

BT has signed the Connecting Cambridge contract worth £45 million. It aims to provide 98% of businesses and homes across Peterborough and Cambridgeshire by 2015 end, with superfast broadband (28Mbps) connectivity. BT Openreach will take up the project and is expected to contribute £16.......

Monday, November 19th 2012

The MP for Rossendale and Darwen, Jake Berry of the Conservative party, has made a radical proposal to the government. He wants the government to extend low-cost broadband, or subsidies it free, to social housing tenants. He believes that this would address the problem of digital exclusion of suc.......

Saturday, November 3rd 2012

The expectation of revenue for the year has been cut by BT as European corporate customers have reduced their expenses. The concern is thus enabled to concentrate on its yearly forecast so as to give importance to its earnings. According to BT’s reports, shares went up by 5% as pre-ta.......

Tuesday, October 16th 2012

The recent flooding experienced at various places of the UK have most likely affected the broadband roll-out schedule as well. Engineering staff would have been pulled out of projects to look into repairs of existing infrastructure.

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