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Be Broadband has unveiled a new starting date for the migration of customers from the older broadband infrastructure it rents from BT to its own, new core network.The move will boost bandwidth for the O2-owned operator, and it will also help Be move to IPv6 — it will, however, also mean changing customers' static IP addresses.
The mobile operator plans to choose 12 towns for a trial next year that will see it put open femtocells on BT telephone poles in an attempt to boost 3G reception in rural areas
Taking on BT and The Cloud, the mobile operator plans to give customers and non-customers alike access to free Wi-Fi via 15,000 hotspots around the UK
The operator is to hand over the management of its broadband network to BT Wholesale in an attempt to improve performance and stem customer losses
The mobile operator has signed a deal with BT that will see it offer landline and broadband services alongside its mobile provision to business customers
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Operator has dropped its Ofcom complaint over alleged overcharging by BT, but its reasons for the withdrawal are unclear
Rather than being sold to BSkyB or BT, AOL’s UK arm could be heading for a partnership with a mobile operator such as Vodafone or O2
It's the 'snatch of the day', according to 3G operator 3, which claims to have stolen a march on BT in the battle to provide streamed video football highlights
BT is allowing free access to its Openzone Wi-Fi network this week, but is it really sensible to charge money for wireless networks? One operator believes it has evidence that very few Wi-Fi users are prepared to cough up
One of Britain's broadband black spots will soon vanish, after BT decided not to make a wireless operator wait an extra six months for a vital high-speed link
An alternative broadband operator has finally installed ADSL kit in a telephone exchange that BT has not already upgraded
Britain's dominant fixed-line telecom operator, BT Group, said Wednesday that it signed a formal alliance with U.S.
Not stealing O2's thunder, by any chance?
The mobile network operator has signed up companies such as BT Ignite and Compaq to help it persuade enterprise customers to pay for faster wireless services
Internet users may welcome a cut in the cost of ADSL, but a BT rival believes it will be curtains for competition in the wholesale market
BT is to take complete ownership of Irish mobile phone operator Esat Digifone. It already owns 50.5 per cent and will acquire the remaining 49.5 per cent from Norwegian operator Telenor for about $1.24bn.
Pan-European ISP Easynet is claiming the accolade of becoming the first operator in Britain to connect a DSL customer to its own equipment within a BT exchange.
This morning's Independent reports a new twist in the fate of BT backed Italian mobile phone operator Blu.
Cable operator Telewest Communications is to go head to head with BT in the race to offer high speed Internet access it is reported Wednesday.
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