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Alzheimer's man cut off for forgetting to pay bill

Thursday, March 12th 2015

Mark Oosterveen’s 80-year-old father was cut off after forgetting to pay his bills, despite his son warning Talk Talk of his condition. It was only after Mr Oosterveen spent hours on the phone...

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Sky's Now TV to launch on EE TV box

Wednesday, March 11th 2015

The Now TV app will join on-demand services BBC iPlayer, Demand 5 and Wuaki.TV as well as 70 Freeview channels via the EE smart box. Apps including MUZU, Box +, YouTube, BBC Sport, BBC News and The...

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Vodafone customers to benefit from new mobile signal technology

Wednesday, March 11th 2015

Wi-fi calling gives the user a voice signal without the need to go through an app by using existing wi-fi services. It is particularly suited to customers living in areas where network coverage is...

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Wales superfast broadband rollout reaches Pembrokeshire

Wednesday, March 11th 2015

In the latest milestone in the Superfast Cymru programme, Tenby in Pembrokeshire has become the most recent area to benefit from improved broadband. Households and businesses in the town join...

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Three quarters of Brits unhappy with their broadband – but don’t know if they can switch

Tuesday, March 10th 2015

In a survey conducted by gigabit broadband provider Hyperoptic, more than half of British consumers sampled confessed they didn’t know when their broadband contract is up for renewal. Just 24%...

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Broadband switch-off looms for rural Teesdale

Friday, March 6th 2015

The Digital Teesdale project, which supplies wireless broadband to people in rural parts of the Teesdale Valley in County Durham, will be turned off. The move will leave its 139 users facing...

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Fibre broadband provides 'cornerstone for prosperous communities' in North Yorkshire

Thursday, March 5th 2015

Premises in Ingleton and neighbouring Thornton in Lonsdale have access to up to broadband speeds of up to 80Mbps following the installation of fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) technology. The...

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Digital minister: Broadband customers with slow speeds should have different contracts

Thursday, March 5th 2015

Speaking at a parliamentary debate on the progress of the taxpayer-funded rural broadband rollout, Mr Vaizey (Con - Didcot) said the issue of customers having to pay for speeds they can’t receive...

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Residents still using dial-up despite Northumberland superfast broadband rollout

Tuesday, February 24th 2015

Martin Pickup, who runs an IT business in Corbridge, said people in the town are still struggling on 1-2Mbps, with some even still using dial-up connections. Speaking to Cable.co.uk, he said many...

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iPhone 6 Plus owners twice as data-hungry as those with standard iPhone 6

Monday, February 23rd 2015

The Mobile Analytics report from software company Citrix, which looks at mobile subscriber data usage in people’s personal and business lives, said that overall mobile data consumption is...

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