The Co-op has set itself up as an MVNO piggybacking off EE’s network, and it’s promising value for money with its PAYG plan.
The good news is that looking at the overall industry picture, complaints are down across the board compared to the previous quarter.
The agreement between BT and EE, first announced last autumn, has now been signed and sealed, with Vodafone getting the boot.
In fairness, though, the report was generally positive, but the National Audit Office did take pains to point out exactly how much money was lost in catering to operator Three.
A fast Internet connection is increasingly important to UK house buyers, with Rightmove bringing a broadband speed checker into its property listings.
Xerox discuss IT; it’s development and what it means to organizations in the current times of change. In particular how Xerox are helping business to manage paper out of their processes.
A US appeals court struck down the FCC’s net neutrality rules in a decision earlier this week. We examine the issue in-depth.
Net neutrality rules that would have prevented internet service providers from prioritising certain internet traffic have been rejected by a US federal appeals court.
ITProPortal recently caught up with Pierre-Michel Attali of telecoms, Internet and media insights firm IDATE, to discuss telecommunications and the benefits of superfast broadband.
The term 'smart city' has gained a lot of traction over recent months, with endless streams of so-called industry experts preaching the benefits of going smart to just about anyone who'll listen.
Around 37,000 Sky customers in London have been without a landline or broadband for the last three days after alleged copper thieves cut through BT Openreach fibre-optic cables.