UK Networks Get a Shock from Ofcom

  UK Mobile network operators received a shock today, that they may have to pay more for the radio spectrum, under new proposals from Ofcom. This could be upto four times the amount they are paying at present. The regulat...
by Dave Thornton
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EE to refund customers who were travelling outside the EU

Customers of UK mobile operator EE who were travelling outside the EU and used data on their plans between October 2012 and October 2014 were affected by a “billing system error.” It’s reported that 0.5 percen...
by Dave Thornton
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EE to launch UK’s first 4G network by end of month

The UK’s first 4G LTE network, operated by EE, will launch in just under four weeks time on Tuesday the 30th October alongside there new fiber broadband. The news came in the form of a statement from EE CEO Olaf Swante...
by Ryan Oneill
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EE Move’s Away from 4G Sharing with Three UK adopting NSN

EE and Three UK have a mast sharing agreement which was signed off before EE was formed from the old Orange and T-Mobile brands. This was recently extended in early February, for both companies to continue to share its 4G masts...
by Dave Thornton
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EE launches live streaming with a 4G LTE Action Cam

EE  having launched its own portable chargers, free, to EE customers, has now launched the Action Cam, but it’s not free this time. With the EE Action Cam, you can’t purchase it outright. You’ll need to bound you...
by Dave Thornton
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EE to offer 4G mobile broadband at Glastonbury Festival

EE will provide 4G mobile broadband services as this summer’s Glastonbury Festival, it has been announced. The broadband provider – which takes over from sister brand Orange as the official technology and communicat...
by Dave Thornton
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EE adds 14 new countries to 4G roaming list

EE has just announced that it will be extending 4G roaming connectivity to 14 more countries. This comes as EE recently rolled out the service to cover Spain and France earlier this year. So what does this mean for EE customer...
by Ryan Oneill
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EE announces PAYG – LTE plans, layered data speeds

UK Network operator EE has announced some innovating changes to its range of 4G LTE services today, one new service is  Pay As You Go 4G plans, a new two-tiered approach to LTE speeds and larger allowances for mobile broadband...
by Dave Thornton
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EE, Virgin and Vodafone sign up to Open Internet Code

EE, Virgin and Vodafone have signed up to the Open Internet Code, joining the those who have already signed up including BT and Sky which “supports the Open Internet”. Open Internet Code commits ISPs to the provision of ful...
by Dave Thornton
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