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Telecoms.com unveils redesigned site with exciting new features

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The Telecoms.com team is delighted to unveil a comprehensively redesigned new site, featuring a fresh look, enhanced functionality and exciting new features.

The new layout features tailored personalisation options for you to make sure that the news you’re interested in the most makes its way to the top of your page.

We’re also introducing the Telecoms.com Resource Centre, where you can find a comprehensive directory of the industry’s players, a list of 2015’s biggest and best industry events and a plethora of information for you to explore.

Telecoms.com Intelligence also offers a new home for our webinars and whitepapers, with a full back catalogue of our top-quality market analysis available for your perusal. All of our video interviews are now available in a brand new video hub, and our regular analysis including expert interviews and opinion, as well the Informer’s satirical corner of the website: A Week in Wireless.

Throughout the week, we’ll be providing top tips on how to make the most of our new-look website, to receive them directly into your inbox, sign up to the telecoms.com mailing list today.

Thanks again for your continued support of Telecoms.com; we look forward to continue providing you with the industry’s top news, analysis and opinion on our new home and we welcome all your feedback on the new site.

Cheers,

The Telecoms.com team

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  1. Shakil Ahmad 14/01/2015 @ 3:42 am

    I am working in a Telco and the info that i want to know are all there. Above all it is a marvellous site to get massive knowledge about things happening in this field world over. I really love getting newsletter from it. Awesome. Too good. Thanks.

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