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EE and Virgin Media fined for breaking consumer protection rules

Telecoms regulator Ofcom has imposed fines of £6.3m on EE and £7m on Virgin Media for overcharging phone and broadband customers who were trying to leave their contracts early. While communications services providers (CSPs) are entitled to charge customers who decide not to ride out their minimum contract periods, these …

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The Gym Group flexes its muscles with data analytics

The Gym Group, which runs a chain of low-cost gyms, is turning to data analytics technology to support its expansion plans. Operating from 160 sites, the company relies heavily on information technology to keep its overheads low, allowing it to offer gym membership for an average of £18 a month. The small …

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5G will unleash digital transformation for UK enterprises

More than 80 of the UK’s most prominent enterprises, including accountancy firms, banks, broadcasters and manufacturers, have visited EE’s 5G mobile network trial site at Canary Wharf to take part in demonstration sessions and share their thoughts on how 5G will play into their digital strategies. Some of the lessons …

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5G mobile masts bring installation challenges, EE finds

Communications services provider (CSP) EE has been exploring some of the challenges around building a fit-for-purpose 5G mobile network as it switches on nine trial sites around the City and East End of London. In contrast to the deployment of 4G networks, which was made much easier by being able to …

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NatWest pilots digital bank for SMEs

Emea Content Editor, Computer Weekly NatWest Bank is testing an app-based business banking platform aimed at small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which combines banking with other business services. The app, known as Mettle, offers an SME current account as well as tools for invoicing, payment chasing and book-keeping. Customer SMEs …

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GSMA urges fresh action on 5G mobile spectrum

With one year to go until the 2019 World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC) which will set the agenda for mobile communications networks for years to come, the GSM Association (GSMA) has warned that governments and regulators need to do much more – and quickly – to capitalise on the potential of …

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UK winners and losers in digital tech

The UK has the world’s third largest e-commerce market and is under pressure to maintain its competitive position.  While UK firms are progressively investing in digital technology, the rapid expansion and introduction of new technologies and innovation results in a constantly changing and challenging landscape. To remain competitive, and retain …

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TalkTalk makes ‘fair broadband’ promises

Broadband network builder and internet service provider (ISP) TalkTalk has launched its own Fairer Broadband Charter and called on its rivals to stand alongside it to put an end to unpopular practices, such as mid-contract price hikes. Research commissioned by the firm as part of an ongoing campaign around fairer …

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Ofcom has another go at liberalising duct and pole access

Ofcom has returned to the thorny issue of duct and pole access for full-fibre broadband network builders and other communication services providers (CSPs), proposing a series of measures that would make it easier and cheaper for them to take advantage of Openreach’s national duct and pole network to supply their …

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