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Welsh forces using Vodafone's 4G network to bring policing 'into 21st century'

Wednesday, February 17th 2016

South Wales Police and Gwent Police will start using a new app called I-Patrol, which allows users to access police databases, identify individuals and collect evidence. Using the app on...

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Vodafone brings 3G mobile coverage to Roman Town of Silchester

Monday, February 15th 2016

Silchester in Hampshire is the latest community to be connected in Vodafone’s Rural Open Sure Signal (ROSS) programme. ROSS, which uses ‘femtocell’ technology to bring 3G signal to areas...

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RootMetrics: EE still UK's best mobile network

Wednesday, February 10th 2016

The UK’s largest operator, which is now owned by BT following the completion of its £12.5bn acquisition by the telecoms giant, was also named the fastest operator in the RootMetrics 2nd Half 2015...

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Vodafone engineers 'head for the heights' to provide 4G in London skyscraper

Wednesday, February 10th 2016

Vodafone and Tower 42 are using an ‘in-building 4G system’ to deliver high-speed mobile data to all 42 floors, meaning visitors will be able to get the same coverage no matter how high they...

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One mobile SIM for every person on the planet – but not everyone is connected

Wednesday, February 10th 2016

Global analyst firm Ovum said its latest research shows huge growth in the mobile industry in the past decade, with global mobile ‘penetration’ reaching 100% at the end of 2015. The figure,...

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Council teams up with BT to provide free wi-fi in Leicester city centre

Monday, February 8th 2016

Leicester City Council is working with BT to establish a free wi-fi zone in the centre of the city, including the Clock Tower, Jubilee Square and outside the Richard III centre on St Martins. The...

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Vodafone announces upgrades to 3G and 4G network in Brighton

Friday, February 5th 2016

The operator is investing £2bn in its nationwide network over two years. The upgrade of sites across Brighton uses a 4G overlay system, which creates better indoor and outdoor coverage for voice...

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MP: New bill will give consumers power to leave inadequate mobile providers

Wednesday, February 3rd 2016

Former Lib Dem cabinet member Alistair Carmichael told the Commons that poor mobile connectivity is hampering social and economic development in some of the UK’s “most fragile...

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Customers on Three save £2.6bn in mobile roaming charges

Thursday, January 14th 2016

Feel at Home allows customers to use their UK data allowances in 18 holiday destinations including Spain, France, Australia and the United States. The service, which covers 65% of trips abroad...

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Expansion of government schemes will make Wales 'one of the best connected countries in the world'

Wednesday, January 6th 2016

More than 530,000 premises in Wales can access fibre broadband as part of the Superfast Cymru project, with commercial rollouts providing access to many others. But a few per cent of premises...

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