Three

Three plans to continue to be the awkward one

Three became the third telco to outline its ambitions in the 5G world this week, taking a slightly different approach to EE and Vodafone but it could prove to be the most interesting.

Three enters the 5G fracas with FWA offering

Three is promising to launch a 5G home broadband service in London in August, before rolling out the connectivity euphoria for both mobile and broadband in 25 cities by the end of 2019.

Three Denmark pushes carrier billing as value add

Cutting through the competitive chaos can be a difficult task, and while Three UK is focusing on convergence and broadband, Three Denmark is making a play to manage the consumers wallet.

Three and O2 put positive spin on sh*t connectivity

Three and O2 have signed a deal with SSE Enterprise which will enable the pair to access its fibre ring, part of which is located in the Thames Water waste water network, to improve connectivity backhaul capabilities.

3 + BT + SSE = 5G, FYI

UK MNO Three has announced a new deal that gives it access to a bunch of BT local exchanges to augment its backhaul. This will be handy for 5G, we’re told.

UK telcos not meeting demands of Brits

New research from RootMetrics points the finger at UK telcos for not meeting the expectations of the demanding consumer, claiming only 53% of Brits are actually happy with their mobile service.

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