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posted on 21 December 2012
Tesco Broadband has pushed the prices for broadband by more than
9p, up to £14.90.
Having previously been one of the cheapest on the market, the
price has shot up just before Christmas.
While the cost of evening and weekend calls have decreased,
calls outside of the package are charged much more.
Existing customers can cancel with... [read more]
posted on 20 December 2012
Calling 999 will soon only one of the ways to
alert the emergency services.
Following in the heels of the US, the UK emergency services are
expanding their options and using Twitter as a
quicker way of summoning help.
Rita Dexter, deputy commissioner of London Fire
"With over a billion people now using Facebook and ... [read more]
posted on 19 December 2012
The Ofcom complaint list of internet providers
showed TalkTalk as receiving the most
Now, Orange has replaced TalkTalk at the top
for customer complaints.
More Orange customers than ever have been complaining about the
withdrawal of promised free broadband this year.
Orange, now known as part of EE, offered a free
br... [read more]
posted on 18 December 2012
The government will not provide a filter for home broadband
connection but companies will be required to block adult content
from public Wi-Fi.
Instead of implementing an opt-in filter for home
use, the responsibility of policing the internet lies with
the adults and guardians.
The Department for Education (DfE)has confirmed
that t... [read more]
posted on 17 December 2012
The Scandinavian region service provider Canal
Digital has just launched its new 4G
broadband service in a partnership with its owner
This service will benefit with the 91 per cent
of the Scandinavian population who live outside of urban areas.
Fibre optic broadband has not yet been developed to be used yet
with older tech... [read more]