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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
By 2033, anyway.
Companies can carry on as normal.
Still targeting a 2020 deadline.
Rejects BT's voluntary approach.
Cash for poor service.
Still part of the BT Group, though.
Still open to input from BT.
Wants its customers to use VoIP instead.
Will monitor privacy, spectrum concerns.
Looks to 'promote competition.'
Points to rural broadband problems.
Participation from some familiar names.
Ofcom has published a draft code to establish a three-strikes copyright system in the UK, based on the DEA.
Everything Everywhere has indicated that it's hoping to start rolling out a 4G LTE high-speed network before the end of the year.
ISPs are still advertising speeds well above what consumers are seeing
Ofcom finds that O2 offers the fastest mobile broadband speeds in the UK.
BT and TalkTalk's appeal against the digital economy act has been thrown out.
Pressure groups are campaigning against Sega's new MadWorld game over fears it will ruin Nintendo's family audience.
Ofcom has stepped into the ring to clear up the state of UK broadband Internet. Let's hope it gets better for us all...
The UK's radio regulator says that FM-based music devices will be good to go from December.
The popular iTrip leads to the UK's communications regulator allowing the use of low-power FM transmitters by the general public.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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