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Vodafone And O2 Using Arqiva To Speed Up 4G Rollout

[typography font=”Cardo” size=”24″ size_format=”px” color=”#DF0101″][dropcap]U[/dropcap][/typography]nder an agreement to use Arqiva owned masts, Vodafone and O2 will be able to accelerate the rollout of their superfast 4G networks across the country. The immediate aim of this scheme for the companies seems to be to play catch up with

O2 Launches Exclusive Tariff For The Public Sector

Network O2 has launched its ‘No.10’ tariff which is exclusively for the public sector and third sector organisations. The tariff will cost £10 a month and will provide customers with either the 4G enabled Nokia Lumia 635 or the Samsung Galaxy S3. The tariff will include unlimited

Social Media Now Accounts For 25% Of All 4G Data

Mobile network EE has published a report which they commissioned to find out the impact of 4G data on its’ customers. The report found that social media now accounts for around a quarter of all traffic to the network- a higher proportion than 3G data. In addition to

More Than One Million Homes Are Connected To Fibre Optic Broadband

[typography font=”Cardo” size=”24″ size_format=”px” color=”#0000FF”][dropcap]T[/dropcap][/typography]here are over one million homes and business that have been connected to the fibre optic broadband network by the Broadband Delivery UK programme, according to the latest government announcement. The Broadband Delivery UK programme, also known as the BDUK,  was devised to

AOL Makes More Money From Dial Up Connections Than Ads

[typography font=”Cardo” size=”24″ size_format=”px” color=”#0000FF”][dropcap]I[/dropcap][/typography]t was what we all once relied on for our internet connectivity, but most people would consider dial up internet connections to have gone extinct, following the introduction of broadband, offering faster speeds and easier accessibility. However, following the publishing of a new