EE is to get a 4G rival sooner than it had expected…
The combined force of Orange and T-Mobile under parent company Everything Everywhere have just snapped up the rights to be the first networks to deliver… Read More »UK Network Three to Take a Piece of Everything Everywhere’s 4G Action?
Everything Everywhere the combined company that owns Orange and T-Mobile networks has pulled out a shock win and has landed and been approved to be the… Read More »Everything Everywhere wins 4G service for Orange and T-Mobile from OFCOM
Those of us waiting for US-style 4G mobile phone connectivity will have to wait a little while longer as today Ofcom has announced that the… Read More »UK 4G Signal Auction will take place Early 2013
Three as they have been named the most complained about mobile operator to Ofcom for the Q1 period in 2012.
Controversial new anti-piracy measures, where users will see their internet cut off if they’re persistently seen to be downloading copyrighted material, will come into play 2014.
It has just been announced that two of the biggest mobile network operators here in the UK have will be teaming up and sharing new and existing infrastructure to offer thier customers next generation super-fast 4G services
The fear of calling 0800 numbers from your mobile could soon be banished, as UK regulating body Ofcom has proposed that calls to such numbers… Read More »Ofcom Wants 0800 Numbers to be Free to Call from Mobile Phones
An Ofcom survey of British web users has revealed a 50% increase of internet usage in the past seven years – this proving that the… Read More »Ofcom Survey Reveals 50% Rise in British Web Use Since 2005
After opposition from UK networks including Vodafone, O2 and Three, Ofcom has held back on its decision to allow Orange and T-Mobile parent company Everything… Read More »Ofcom Delays Decision to Allow Everything Everywhere Early Access to 4G Testing
You got to fight for your right to 4G – or so it seems, as another of our U.K networks has spoken out about Ofcom’s… Read More »UK Network Three Stands Up to Ofcom Over “Unfair” 4G Network Auction