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Project Approved To Speed Up Broadband in East Riding
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East Riding Council has received permission from the Government to progress with plans for a second phase of broadband delivery. It is part of a project that will help achieve the national ambition of 95 per cent of properties being able to access a superfast service of more than 24Mbps by December 2017.

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Ooredoo Win Top Awards at CommsMEA
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Ooredoo, a leading international communications company, said it won a number of major awards at the CommsMEA Awards 2014, held in Dubai recently. The group’s major investment in 4G and fibre technology received the prestigious ‘Technology Investment of the Year’ award, while its ground-breaking ‘Simply Do Wonders’ campaign with football star Lionel Messi received ‘Marketing […]

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Indosat Targets Loyal Customers with 4G
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Telecommunications operator PT Indosat launched on Monday its Long Term Evolution high-spTelecommunications operator PT Indosat has launched its Long Term Evolution high-speed data service, commonly known as 4G, following in the steps of its competitors PT Telkomsel and PT XL Axiata. As a starter, Indosat will target its first-tier customers in the country, which has […]

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Superfast Broadband Arrives in Prickwillow
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Superfast broadband has arrived in Prickwillow, which has suffered from poor internet connectivity for many years. Connecting Cambridgeshire announced this week that the new green roadside cabinet had gone live, which means homes and businesses connected to it will be able to upgrade to faster fibre broadband over the next few weeks. The cabinet is […]

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Another One Bites The Dust: T-Mobile Pays $90M Fine Over Cramming Charges
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The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is on a roll in its crusade against cramming charges — those unauthorized line items you see pop up on your bill — in the U.S. wireless services industry. Back in October, it won a $105 million fine from AT&T for profiting from unauthorized charges made by third-party apps and […]

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Sony Hacking Saga: A Look at North Korea’s Limited Internet Capabilities
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An hours-long Internet outage Tuesday in one of the world’s least-wired countries was probably more inconvenient to foreigners than to North Korean residents, most of whom have never gone online. Even for wired Koreans south of the heavily armed border separating the rivals, the temporary outage made little difference — southerners are banned by law […]

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