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The Telecoms.com Podcast: Warning – May Cause Offense

The band is back together! After a summer of travels, Jamie, Scott and Tim are reunited at last. The gang analyses the jockish corporate towel-flicking goings-on in the telecoms world over the last seven days, with Apple taking Deloitte for a ride, Cisco’s extra-marital strategizing and Three joining the war against BT.

Elsewhere, Bernard’s back with his unique metaphors to explain why certain populist presidential candidates in the States are hilariously incorrect about the “ownership of the internet”. Finally, the boys go over Ofcom’s review of the how offensive words and gestures can be used on tele. Of course, it gets a bit out of hand, and Producer Brad’s bleeper button goes into meltdown.

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