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 14 December 2012
Leicester will be receiving super-fast broadband in early
Everything Everywhere (EE) said that 4G will be
providing the service from March onwards.
As 4G is around five times faster than 3G,
mobile customers can access internet, download email attachments
and make high quality video calls on their mobile.
This includes bein... [read more]
posted on 03 December 2012
This time 20 years ago, the first text message
was sent, simply saying 'Merry Christmas.'
That was the humble beginning for one of the most useful methods
of communication that is still going strong today.
An estimated 150bn text messages had been
sent in 2011, just one example of the convenience
and popularity of text messaging.
... [read more]
posted on 20 November 2012
Got an iPhone5, HTC One XL or Nokia
Lumia 920 with a 4G capability? Then all
you need now is a mobile SIM-only contract from
As a quick reminder, EE has rolled out the first batch of its 4G
offers last month and has been slapped with criticism over the fact
that their prices were rather high.
This is why its latest SIM-only 4G ... [read more]
posted on 18 October 2012
You might have read a number of reports which have stated that
it is highly likely that 4G signals would cause
interference to good old Freeview digital TV
A number of solutions has been proposed, including giving out
cash vouchers to assist people in switching digital television
platforms or installing special signal sortin... [read more]
posted on 25 September 2012
We all could be hyped up about nothing as according to
Michel Robert, Claranet's MD, the oh-so awaited
EE's 4G services may not be as ground-breaking as we all
Apparently the fourth generation is not immune to issues that
affected 3G services back in the day - this
includes the connection sucking out battery life, limited co... [read more]
posted on 23 August 2012
You might remember Simplifydigital reporting on
Everything Everywhere and the joint venture's
possible decision to kill off its child brands -
T-Mobile and Orange.
In case you didn't know the outcome of that rumour, we can
underline once more that it was proven to be false and just a
Having said that, new goss... [read more]
posted on 22 August 2012
Everything Everywhere has been on the
industry's radar for some time now seeing as the company hinted on
numerous occasions that it was not too happy with its name.
This led some to suggest that perhaps Everything Everywhere was
planning to erase T-Mobile and Orange brand names
from the face of the earth.
The company has now fired b... [read more]
posted on 21 August 2012
Good news come to those who are keen on a SIM-only deal, seeing
as Virgin Media has decided to bring back its
hugely popular £5 SIM-Only deal as well as a market-leading £10
In addition, consumers who have an NUS card will be able to
enjoy a further 15 per cent discount on their monthly bill - sounds
pretty student-f... [read more]
posted on 08 August 2012
Mobile operator, Three (3),
has started offering a dongle which according to its calculations
is capable of delivering speeds of up to 21.1Mbps via 3G
HSPA+ mobile broadband technology.
Those keen on getting the dongle should know that it has been
produced by Huawei, and the model is called
E3231. It costs £15.99 per month and comes w... [read more]