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The Telecoms.com Podcast: It’s WAR!

This week’s episode comes to you from a war-torn Britain, as tensions escalate between BT and its bitter rivals after an angry exchange of… letters. The gang digests the latest part of the ongoing BT/Openreach/Ofcom/Everyone Else saga, before going into detail on Uber’s plans to launch self-driving cars in a matter of weeks. Elsewhere, Jamie has a bit of trouble with his new phone, Tim gets interrogated by the gang about his marriage, Scott gets some Kevlar on and something smells fishy in the VR space.
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2 comments

  1. Mohammed Sha 22/08/2016 @ 5:54 pm

    Scott / Tim, are you guys hogging the mic? Poor Jamie is barely audible there :-)… Nice podcasts guys! Keep them coming.

    • Scott Bicheno Scott Bicheno 23/08/2016 @ 9:21 am

      Thanks Mohammed, pleased you like it. Jamie warms up in the second half doesn’t he?

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