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Olympic gymnast racks up £3,700 roaming bill playing Pokemon Go

Wednesday, August 3rd 2016

Mr Uchimura, a Japanese gymnast preparing for the Rio Olympics, managed to run up a roaming bill of £3,700 playing the augmented reality game. The reigning all-around gymnastics Olympic and world...

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EE roaming problem leaves holidaymakers without a signal

Monday, August 1st 2016

A number of customers currently abroad have said they are unable to make calls, send texts or get online. A spokesperson for the provider said: “We’re aware that some EE customers travelling...

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Ofcom plans to make it easier to switch between BT, Virgin and Sky

Friday, July 29th 2016

Changes introduced by Ofcom last year made it easier for consumers to switch between providers that use the broadband network operated by Openreach – including BT, Sky, TalkTalk and...

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BT should invest more in Openreach or be split up, say MPs

Tuesday, July 19th 2016

In a damning report published today, the Culture, Media and Sport Committee said the shortfall in investment could be “hundreds of millions of pounds a year”. The committee said BT has...

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Ofcom figures show EE still most complained-about broadband provider

Friday, July 8th 2016

The communications regulator received 34 complaints about EE per 100,000 customers between January and March 2016. EE has now been named the most complained-about broadband provider for each of...

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EE: Glastonbury 2016 was world's most connected festival

Thursday, June 30th 2016

Festivalgoers used 25 terabytes of data at the Worthy Farm event – 70% more than predicted and the equivalent of downloading headliners Coldplay’s Hymn For The Weekend six million times. Five...

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EE launches new mobile devices so you can create your own 'wifi hotspot'

Thursday, June 2nd 2016

Both the 4GEE WiFi and the 4GEE WiFi Mini connect wi-fi-enabled devices to EE’s 4G mobile network. The 4GEE WiFi is capable of connecting up to 10 devices simultaneously and comes with a 24-hour...

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Post Office to close pay as you go mobile service

Thursday, May 26th 2016

Post Office Mobile, which operates on the EE network, has stopped selling to new customers. It is giving existing users three months to find a new provider before the service is withdrawn in...

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EE's temporary 4G network will cope with 'huge demand' at Glastonbury

Wednesday, May 25th 2016

The mobile operator, which is tripling the capacity of its 4G network at the Worthy Farm festival, said it expects EE customers to use 15TB of data over the course of the five days. That’s 20...

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Champions League and Europa League finals will be live on YouTube

Thursday, May 12th 2016

The telecoms giant is showing both games on its free-to-air BT Sport Showcase channel but today announced that its coverage will also be made available on YouTube as well as bt.com. The Champions...

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