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Netflix and relax at 35,000ft? The idea may not be as crazy as it sounds

Wednesday, September 27th 2017

Speaking at the 2017 Airline Passenger Experience Expo, a spokesperson for Netflix revealed that by early 2018 it would like to offer its low-broadband mobile technology to airline carriers worldwide. Netflix says its...

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BBC opens up archive of classic shows on iPlayer

Tuesday, September 26th 2017

A new category – ‘From the Archive’ – launched yesterday and currently contains 450 programmes from the BBC’s vast archive. It’s good news for documentary fans as episodes from Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekend...

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Three trials new in-store sign language service for deaf customers

Monday, September 25th 2017

The operator already offers customers the option of communicating via a British Sign Language (BSL) interpreter on its website. Now it is extending its partnership with interpreting agency Sign Solutions to provide BSL users...

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Amazon and Facebook line up bids for Premier League streaming rights

Monday, September 25th 2017

Ed Woodward, the executive vice-chairman of Manchester United, told investors he expects the firms to be in the running for Premier League and potentially even Champions League streaming rights. The last rights auction took...

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EE the UK’s first network to launch Enhanced HD Voice

Friday, September 22nd 2017

With the new technology EE customers can make high quality phone calls on the latest smartphones that are able to use the service. Enhanced HD is an upgrade on the HD Voice and standard voice systems that customers currently...

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Brits buying an iPhone 8 today likely to smash it by January

Friday, September 22nd 2017

But how long will those handsets last? New research shows Brits are likely to smash their new devices in just 105 days. Admittedly the queues for the iPhone 8 were a bit underwhelming – it is thought more people are...

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Mobile networks to refund customers calling Mexico and the Caribbean

Thursday, September 21st 2017

The providers took to Twitter to inform their customers that calls and texts to the region are free. O2, EE and Vodafone are letting their customers use their data for free as well. Hurricane Maria struck the Caribbean...

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Lycamobile ad 'misled' customers over cost of SIM-only deal

Thursday, September 21st 2017

On its website, the international call provider advertised its UK Ultra Plan as offering 15GB of data plus unlimited UK minutes and texts. It said the 30-day rolling contract was “£12 when you buy a new SIM with plan...

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Smartphone sales skyrocket among over 55s

Wednesday, September 20th 2017

Deemed the “silver swipers” by Deloitte, those over 55 are catching up to millennials as an age group who actively use apps and smart technology as part of everyday life. Deloitte carried out research on the device habits...

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EE upgrades its 2G airwaves to 'superfast' 4G

Wednesday, September 20th 2017

By converting the airwaves EE is also hoping to improve the “most reliable” voice service on mobile phones. Over the next six months more than 600 sites across the UK will be upgraded to the latest 4G spectrum. This will...

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