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uk pirate music

16th Apr 2015 (6 Comments)

The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) has published its annual Digital Music Report 2015, which slams online content platforms like YouTube for not sharing enough of their revenues and claims that 20% of fixed-line Internet users regularly access services that offer pirated music.

ee uk logo

16th Apr 2015 (12 Comments)

Customers of EE’s mobile and fixed line home broadband service now have yet another bonus to keep them hooked, a free portable Smartphone charger called “EE Power” that can either be recharged at home or swapped for a fully-charged replacement bar at any EE store nationwide (apparently the swaps are “unlimited“).

sse

16th Apr 2015 (30 Comments)

Energy provider SSE (Southern Electric), which also does broadband and phone bundles, has launched a surprising discount across their entire range of unlimited broadband packages that offers “Free broadband” for two full years of service or a big half-price discount on their superfast “fibre broadband” (FTTC) bundles.

general_election_uk_voting

16th Apr 2015 (0 Comments)

Over the past few days we’ve worked to highlight any broadband related commitments from the Green (here), Libdem (here), Labour (here), UKIP (here) and Conservative (here) Parties. But there are plenty of smaller, often more region specific, parties too and here’s a short summary of what we know about them.

sky broadband uk

16th Apr 2015 (0 Comments)

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is hard enough without also having to tackle debt collectors as they chase for late payments, but how late is too late? According to Sky, which through its debt collection agency BPO have been pursuing one deceased customer for an outstanding payment of £62.25 (TV service), the answer is two years.

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