Three begins network-wide ad blocking trial
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Hutchison-owned MNO Three announced earlier this year that it would tackle 'excessive and irrelevant' mobile advertising with a network-level blocker. As of today, a small number of customers will begin testing Three's ad-blocking...
Interview: Tesco Mobile partners with Unlockd to reduce monthly bills
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TelecomsTech caught up with the CEO of Tesco Mobile and the founder of mobile advertising technology company Unlockd to explain how the technology behind Tesco's bill-reducing 'Xtras' sch
T-Mobile leads MNO rivals in satisfaction, ISPs and cable TV providers trail behind
Research: Two-thirds of Brits think Snooper's Charter extracts are from dystopian fiction
O2 chief describes UK market as 'like Venezuela' ahead of expected Three merger rejection
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The ongoing saga over Three UK's bid to merge its operations with O2 should reach a conclusion next week, following an expected rejection from the European Commission. O2's chief executive, Ronan Dunne, has given strong criticism about UK regulators and compared the market as 'like Venezuela' when it comes to spectrum ownership.
Telstra delivers on its promise ahead of schedule – opens 4G network to MVNOs
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Last year, Australian telecommunications giant Telstra promised to open its 4G network to MVNOs as of June 2016. In a refreshing outcome, the company has delivered on its promise ahead of schedule.
Telstra's 4G network reaches 92 percent of the Australian...
Leading global operators launch LTE-Broadcast alliance
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Several leading operators have announced the launch of a LTE-Broadcast alliance during TV Connect 2016 in London. The alliance's goal is to increase global support of LTE-B services from all device manufacturers to help improve customer experience.
Opinion: It’s not just a phone any more
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Referring to the device in our pocket as a “phone” has become hilariously anachronistic. Like the “save” icon represented by a floppy disc, the term “telephone” has come a long way from its first iteration. Whether it’s an iPhone or Android, we use our mobile phones for far more than simply making calls. They’ve become a social device; a way to manage our lives...