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UK Regulator Pushing to Reduce MTRs Still Further

The UK's telecoms regulator, Ofcom has published a consultation on proposals for regulation of the wholesale 'mobile call termination' market for the period 1 April 2015 - 31 March 2018. more

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UK Regulator Consults on Releasing 700Mhz Spectrum for Mobile Broadband

The UK's telecoms regulator has launched a consultation on how to use 700Mhz spectrum for mobile broadband services. more

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UK Regulator Studies use of Cellular Repeaters to Boost Indoor Coverage

The UK's telecoms regulator is calling for feedback on the use of Repeaters in mobile networks. It said that the use of Repeaters, currently not specifically regulated, could could sit alongside others such as femtocells and smart repeaters. more

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UK Regulator Outlines Radio Spectrum Plans for the Next Decade

A plan to enable the UK to meet the growing demands placed on its wireless infrastructure over the next decade has been published by the country's telecoms regulator, Ofcom. more

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The Rise of the Silver Surfer in the UK

The number of Brits aged 65 and over accessing the internet has risen by more than a quarter in the past year. more

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UK's 4G Spectrum Auction May Not Have Been Economically Efficient

A review of the UK's 4G spectrum auction last year has found that while the regulator achieved its aim of preserving competition in the market, it may not have been an economically efficient auction. more

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Vodafone Avoids Fines After Bringing 3G Coverage Up To Regulatory Standards

Vodafone UK has belatedly meet its regulatory requirements for 3G network coverage. more

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O2 Changes Tariff Terms to Evade Regulatory Rules

UK based O2 has modified its tariff terms and conditions in a way that enables it to avoid letting customers end their contracts if it puts prices up in the middle of a contract. more

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UK Consumers Able to Terminate Mobile Contracts without Penalty if Costs Rise

A new code of practice is coming into effect in the UK for consumers and small businesses taking out new landline, broadband or mobile contracts that says that they should be allowed to exit them without penalty more

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UK regulator Acts to Reduce Accidental Roaming Along National Borders

The UK's telecoms regulator, Ofcom has published new information to help consumers in Northern Ireland understand the different options available to help them reduce or avoid expensive inadvertent roaming charges when close to the border with the Republic of Ireland. more

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