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timico uk business isp

28th March, 2012 (0 Comments)

The Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Co-Founder of business ISP Timico UK, Trefor Davies, has reported experiencing “4G” superfast Mobile Broadband download speeds of up to 40Mbps (23Mbps upload) while taking part in O2’s (Telefonica) Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology trial in the city of London.

mobile broadband uk

27th March, 2012 (6 Comments)

Ofcom has delayed its proposal to allow T-Mobile and Orange UK (Everything Everywhere) to launch the country’s first 4G superfast Mobile Broadband service over their existing 1800MHz (3G) spectrum band. Separately Three UK, in an effort to ensure that they get a fair slice of the much more valuable 800MHz spectrum (covers a wider area for less money), are now mulling legal action.

o2 uk

24th March, 2012 (0 Comments)

Mobile operator O2 UK (Telefonica) has warned that Ofcom’s plan to auction off the 800MHz and 2.6GHz radio spectrum frequencies, which would be used by a new generation of 4G superfast Mobile Broadband services, could be put at “further risk of delay” after the regulator allowed T-Mobile and Orange UK (Everything Everywhere) to launch the country’s first 4G service over their existing 1800MHz (3G) band.

vodafone uk broadband

19th March, 2012 (7 Comments)

Last week’s proposal by the communications regulator, Ofcom, to allow mobile operators T-Mobile and Orange UK (Everything Everywhere) to launch a new generation of 4G superfast Mobile Broadband services over their existing 1800MHz (2G/3G) radio spectrum (here) has been heavily criticised by rival Vodafone, which suggested that the regulator had “[taken] leave of its senses“.

network maintenance uk

16th March, 2012 (1 Comment)

Customers of budget UK mobile operator GiffGaff, which makes use of the O2 network, are today being affected by a “network wide problem” that has caused serious disruption to voice, text and internet data services since around 10am this morning.

mobile broadband uk

13th March, 2012 (0 Comments)

The communications regulator, Ofcom, has today “provisionally” proposed to allow mobile operators T-Mobile and Orange UK (Everything Everywhere) to deploy a new generation of 4G (Long Term Evolution / LTE or WiMAX) superfast Mobile Broadband services over their existing 1800MHz radio spectrum. The group first put in a request to re-purpose the spectrum for 4G use during January 2012 (here).

orange uk

9th March, 2012 (1 Comment)

Mobile operator Orange UK (Everything Everywhere) has admitted that an unspecified “configuration change” was responsible for yesterdays sporadic national outage of its Mobile Broadband (3G) services. The issue, which lasted most of the day for some customers, did not appear to affect T-Mobile’s shared network and was finally resolved during the early afternoon.

internet emergency

8th March, 2012 (0 Comments)

Business ISP Entanet, a UK telecoms and internet supplier, has suggested that the national communications regulator (Ofcom) must “be prepared to step in” and force Mobile Network Operators (MNO) to stop their “anti-competitive practices” (e.g. blocking VoIP traffic) by protecting Net Neutrality (the principal of treating all internet traffic as equal).

high speed uk train

7th March, 2012 (0 Comments)

A new report created by Mott MacDonald for Ofcom has suggested that the much delayed auction of 800MHz and 2.6GHz radio spectrum, which will be used to deploy the next generation of 3G and 4G superfast Mobile Broadband services (e.g. LTE), could boost mobile coverage of the national UK rail network by including an “obligation for rail corridor coverage” in future licenses.

three uk mobile broadband

7th March, 2012 (3 Comments)

Mobile operator Three UK has announced that it is bringing an “end to out-of-bundle data charges for all new Smartphone contract customers“. Instead new customers will be given a choice between one of the operators all-you-can-eat (aka – “Ultimate Internet“) Mobile Broadband data offerings (from £18 a month) or a 250MB allowance with a “guarantee” of no out of bundle data charges.

spinning wifi waves

2nd March, 2012 (0 Comments)

Scientists working at the Swedish Institute of Space Physics and the University of Padova have experimentally demonstrated, in a real-world setting, that it is possible to simultaneously transmit multiple independent radio channels, on the same frequency, via the 2.4GHz Wi-Fi band. Crucially the potential now exists to “dramatically increase the capacity of any frequency band,” which would have massive implications for other wireless solutions.

ofcom uk telecoms regulator

1st March, 2012 (1 Comment)

The communications regulator, Ofcom UK, has threatened to impose stiff new rules on the industry unless Mobile Network Operators (MNO) act to “sufficiently reduce consumer harm” from Bill Shocks, which can occur when a customer exceeds their Mobile Broadband data and or voice allowances.

uk broadband pccw

29th February, 2012 (1 Comment)

UK Broadband (UKB), a sibling of Hong Kong based telecoms firm PCCW, has today switched on the world’s first deployment of TD-LTE (Huawei’s Time Division – Long Term Evolution) Mobile Broadband technology using the 3.5GHz spectrum band in London. UKB claims that this also represents the “first commercial deployment” of a 4G service in the UK.

three uk mobile broadband

29th February, 2012 (0 Comments)

Mobile operator Three UK (3UK) has engaged in a spot of potentially very misleading marketing today by announcing the rollout of a “4G” HSPA+ ( Evolved HSPA ) technology upgrade that will increase the services maximum Mobile Broadband download speeds from up to 21Mbps (current) to 42Mbps. Except that’s not 4G, not even close.

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