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O2 criticizes Ofcom for allowing EE to launch 4G early

O2 criticizes Ofcom for allowing EE to launch 4G early

Ofcom's decision to allow Everything Everywhere (EE) to roll out a 4G service early on its existing spectrum could hurt competition as well as delay the 4G spectrum auction planned for the end of 2012, network provider O2 said.

3 Operators Oppose Demand for Higher Termination Rates

Termination rates are the fees paid by the caller's network to the receiving network and for example; if one is with Vodafone and calls a mate on O2, then Vodafone has to pay O2 4.18 pence per minute to terminate the call.

Ofcom to Fix Prices for BT

The UK Telecom regulator, Ofcom has decided to fix the prices for BT. Communications Regulator, Ed Richards said that the commercial negotiations have already started.

BT is currently discussing the matter with its rivals including: Virgin Media, Fujitsu, BSkyB, TalkTalk. The deadline of these negotiations is June 2011.

Ofcom seeking to stop ads of unrealistic broadband speed by ISPs

Ofcom seeking to stop ads of unrealistic broadband speed by ISPs

With its large-scale speed test finding that average broadband download speeds are still less than 50 percent of advertised headline speeds, Ofcom is seeking to stop the advertisement of unrealistic broadband speeds by internet service providers (ISPs).

Ofcom: Number of online silver surfers on the rise in UK

Ofcom: Number of online silver surfers on the rise in UK

According to the most recent figures shared by the telecoms watchdog Ofcom, the number of online silver surfers – most of them pensioners, in the 65-74 years age group – is apparently on the rise in the UK.

Ofcom : LTE to approach by 2014

Ofcom : LTE to approach by 2014

Ofcom has embarked a schedule for the public sale and stipulation of next-gen LTE real estate wireless in the UK.

Occam outlines ‘white space’ spectrum devices

Occam outlines ‘white space’ spectrum devices

It is found that the speed of broadband particularly in rural areas can be increased by utilizing unused radio waves and it could also improve wireless connectivity between varieties of devices.

A new proposal has been drawn by Ofcom to progress broadband access in rural areas by using a so-called “white space technology”. It is trying its best to do.

TalkTalk Customers Are to be Refunded, says Ofcom

TalkTalk Customers Are to be Refunded, says Ofcom

The customers of telecommunications companies TalkTalk and Tiscali may be due a refund for bills charging them for services they never received. These problems stemmed from TalkTalk’s 2009 takeover of Tiscali.

Ofcom Recommends 900MHz Spectrum to be released On 3G

Ofcom Recommends 900MHz Spectrum to be released On 3G

UK telecom regulator Ofcom has advised the government to make the 2G radio spectrum available on the mobile broadband 3G network as soon as possible.

It was after a detailed analysis of Ofcom on the consumers and the markets it advised the UK government that if the 900MHz and 1800MHz radio spectrum is opened it would offer more profits, as stated by the ISP Review.

Ofcom orders BT to offer superfast access to rivals

Ofcom orders BT to offer superfast access to rivals

OfCom the regulator of telecom services in UK has made a path breaking announcement in the history of telecom service provision in Europe.

It has asked BT, the largest internet service provider in Europe to share its broadband network with its competitors. It will majorly help in strengthening the telecom infrastructure of the country.

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