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Displaying items by tag: Ofcom

More Brits than ever are participating in online citizenship activity, but the digital divide is still a reality for many and could disenfranchise them in the near future.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Ofcom, the independent regulator and competition authority for the UK communications industries, has today published a new consultation document which reveals there are 10 million more mobile phone connections than there are people in the United Kingdom...

Published in Mobility
Telstra's competitors have re-iterated concerns raised by iTWire in July about former Ofcom executive Kip Meek's knowledge of the Australian market, on the eve of his visit to Australia to lobby government on behalf of Telstra.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Wednesday, 16 July 2008 07:44

BT plans £1.5b super broadband network

In a move that closely parallels Telstra's 2005 announcement of its FTTN plans, UK incumbent telco BT has promised to deliver high speed broadband services to 10 million UK homes (40 percent of total): if it can get the appropriate guarantees from the regulator.

Published in Cornered!
Science fiction has no fury like a Doctor Who fan scorned, as the BBC discovered after more than 2,500 viewers tried without success to call the Doctor on his mobile phone to make sure he was OK...

Published in Strategy
Telstra's strident opposition to any structural or functional separation for the planned National Broadband Network has been dealt a double blow with the heads of both BT and UK regulator, Ofcom praising the separation of BT's access network from other parts of its business.

Published in Government Tech Policy




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