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84% of UK SMB’s Unaware of GDPR Regulations

Eighty-four per cent of UK small business owners and 43% of senior executives of large companies are unaware of the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation, according to Shred-it’s seventh annual Security Tracker research, conducted by Ipsos. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an important new piece of legislation, which will replace existing European data protection laws from May 2018….

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UK business broadband & phone provider XLN Wi-Fi hits 20,000 hotspots

UK business broadband and phone provider XLN announced that its Wi-Fi service passed the new milestone of 20,000 public hotspots in the UK. Rapid expansion of the network has continued since launch in October 2016, driven by customer demand and growing end-user adoption, the company said in a press release. READ MORE: Top 10 Telecom Companies in United Kingdom (UK) From…

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SEE Enterprise to connect to 40 more BT exchanges

UK operator SSE Enterprise Telecoms said it will extend its high performance Ethernet services by ’unbundling’ an additional 40 BT exchanges in prime business areas around the UK. The operator has also been confirmed as one of a small number of service providers in BT Openreach’s recently announced Dark Fibre Access trial. If the trials go well, SSE Enterprise Telecoms…

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Sky Mobile to implement roam-like-home in 36 destinations from 1 June

Sky Mobile is the latest in a series of mobile networks to expand its free international roaming offering Starting from June 1, Sky Mobile customers will be able to use their monthly allowance in 36 different European destinations. The change to Sky’s terms and conditions applies to all contracts, and affects phone call minutes, text messages, and mobile data usage….

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O2 customers can use their UK bundles while roaming in Europe

From 15 June, O2 customers can use their inclusive calls, texts and data bundles when travelling to Europe at no extra cost O2’s Europe Zone for Pay Monthly and Business customers covers 47 countries including Jersey, Guernsey and Switzerland O2 today announces that from 15 June customers on O2’s Pay Monthly, Pay As You Go and Business tariffs will be…

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How important is the internet to you?

Would you consider giving up alcohol, chocolate or exercise in order to stay online? According to Cable.co.uk’s latest poll, most people would. 68% of those asked would give up alcohol before they surrendered their internet connection. Women are more willing to go teetotal, it seems, with 75% ready to give up the booze compared to 61% of men. In total,…

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G.Network, new communications service provider for businesses in London

A new business ISP called G.Network G.Network is the next generation communications service provider exclusively focused on Central London. The company provides affordable ultra-fast (up to 10Gbps) fibre connectivity to businesses. The last-mile section of the network will be deployed using Openreach’s Physical Infrastructure Access (PIA) offering. G.Network’s focus will initially be around the borough of Westminster and the City…

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EE Launches European Roaming For All Customers

In time for summer, all existingEE mobile pay monthly and pay as you go mobile customers can take their UK allowance abroad to 47¹ European destinations including Switzerland, Monaco and Isle of Man New industry-leading 4GEE Max plans combine generous data allowances, the fastest speeds in the UK, and allow customers to use their call, text and data allowances in…

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UK Mobile Users Customer Satisfaction: Two UK MVNOs beats all others operators

Tesco Mobile, the largest virtual mobile operator in the country (MVNO) and fifth country operator in 2016, was the first in customer satisfaction. Ofcom, communications regulator in the UK, launched a report based on a sample of 100,000 users: Tesco Mobile has scored the highest score in overall satisfaction (96%), followed by another MVNO, Virgin Mobile (with 94%). Mobile network…

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