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TalkTalk Looks To Undercut BT With New Voice And Data Broadband Package
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TalkTalk’s business arm has announced the launch of a new all-in-one voice and data package that it claims can help businesses save up to £2100 compared to rival solutions. The aptly named “Complete Voice and Internet” package provides between eight and 60 ISDN-quality voice lines and up to 20Mbps internet speeds over the same connection.

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Nigeria In Need Of USD 325 Billion To Expand Network
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According to a report by the Vanguard, Nigeria will need USD 325 billion to expand the country’s mobile network infrastructure capacity to meet international standards – according to the recently approved the National Integrated Infrastructure Master Plan (NIIMP). This is about 11 percent of the total investment targeted under the 30-year plan.

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Three Owner Reportedly in Talks To Buy O2 in The UK
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Three-owner Hutchison Whampoa is in talks to buy Britain’s second-largest mobile phone operator O2 for up to £9bn, according to reports. The Hong Kong conglomerate owns the UK’s smallest network, Three, which has 8 million customers but bought O2 in Ireland in 2014 to combine with Three Ireland and Orange Austria in 2012.

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Virgin, Qualcomm, Back 600-Satellite Space Internet Plan
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WorldVu, an outfit that last year looked to have Google and Elon Musk backing its vision for a fleet of broadband-beaming low-earth orbit satellites, has scored backing from Virgin and Qualcomm. Now operating as OneWeb Ltd but still helmed by former Google man Greg Wyler, the plan now calls for 648 satellites instead of the […]

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Obama’s Broadband Plan Would Destroy The Internet
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President Obama has set out to do for the Internet what he did for the nation’s health care system. He’s determined to destroy the Internet, which has changed the way the world works, as we know it. Mr. Obama, in a speech this week in Iowa, called on local governments to get into the Internet […]

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Gigabit Internet Will Rocket in 2015 – Deloitte
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Deloitte has released its 2015 Global TMT predictions report, which envisages that the connectivity chasm will deepen as gigabit Internet adoption rockets globally. The annual Deloitte Global TMT predictions report provides a 12-18 month outlook on key trends in the technology, media, and telecommunications industry worldwide.

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