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Ofcom triples UK mobile license fees

Ofcom has set its annual mobile spectrum license fees 13 per lower than it mooted in February, but analysts say the new level is still likely to be met with protests from the operators.

Three UK announces VoLTE launch and 800 MHz roll-out

Hot on the heels of network enhancement announcements from rivals EE and Vodafone, Three UK had beaten them both to the punch with the commercial launch of VoLTE as well as the roll-out of its 800 MHz spectrum.

Vodafone UK launches wifi calling

UK operator Vodafone’s latest move in the country’s telecoms arms race has been to announce the launch of wifi calling on its UK mobile network.

EE launches dedicated M2M service

UK mobile operator EE has unveiled a new business service designed specifically for M2M, called EE Connect, which offers a suite of M2M tools.

EE fined £1m for mishandling customer complaints

After looking into the matter for over a year UK telecoms regulator Ofcom has concluded EE had been mishandling customer complaints over a three year period and consequently fined it a million pounds.

EE dreams of a networking heaven

A panel discussion featuring EE, Vodafone and Zain discussed the future of LTE networks, including monetising the network and NFV, at LTE World Summit in Amsterdam.

BT persists with EE merger propaganda campaign

BT has fired another salvo in its PR campaign to persuade the UK competition authority to OK its acquisition of EE, arguing the combination will result in a “true UK digital champion”.

CTOs call for improved industry cooperation over 5G

A CTO Executive Forum at the 2015 International Conference on Communications (ICC) urged the whole telco industry to get better at working together to ensure the 5G standard effectively tackles the many technical challenges it will face.

BT and EE extend converged multiplay services

BT and its probable mobile subsidiary EE have each extended new service offerings relating to real-time LTE broadcasting, as well as enhanced premium sport and new 4K TV offerings.

O2 out of UK emergency services LTE tender, EE lone runner

Government plans to shift emergency communication services to cellular infrastructure have taken a knock after O2, one of just two mobile operators tendering for the contract, pulled out of the running, according to the FT.

EE leads Europe with 10 million 4G subscribers

UK operator EE claims it has become the first European telco to surpass 10 million 4G LTE customers, and also announced that 4G data has overtaken 3G data consumption on its network for the first time.

BT shareholders overwhelmingly approve EE acquisition

At a BT group general meeting 99.7% of votes were in favour of the proposed acquisition of mobile operator EE, with a 62.8% turnout. However subsequent hurdles will be less of a formality, with UK competition authorities still looking into the deal.

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