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Tired of cold-callers disturbing your favourite TV show, then set up your own premium 0871 number that costs the caller 10p a minute when they ring you!

Are you annoyed with the PPI and other marketing calls when you're trying to watch TV? Keep your home landline free line for friends and family and the premium 0871 number for sales marketing companies If you are sick and tired of all those stupid sale marketing calls, even worse those automated message marketing calls you get all the time, there is a solution for you! Yes keep your home line...
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France Telecom explores sale of EE

High quality global journalism requires investment. Please share this article with others using the link below, do not cut & paste the article. See our Ts&Cs and Copyright Policy for more detail. Email ftsales.support@ft.com to buy additional rights. France Telecom lined up banks to advise on the part flotation or sale of EE, the UK’s largest mobile operator. The French telecoms grou...
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Clear pricing of our NGN phone numbers

Here at Open Telecom we believe in making customers, callers and other end-users of our phone numbers we issue, known as NGN's which means "non-geographic numbers" For that very reason here you will find the costs of each number type are provide. Number types and costs to the callers from a BT line (calls from mobiles and other networks may vary) 070420xxxx (cost to caller £0.1938 pence per m...
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Verizon takes advantage of Superstorm Sandy to accelerate copper-to-fiber migration

Lowell McAdam, CEO of Verizon Communications (NYSE: VZ), on Tuesday revealed that the telco will replace the decades-old copper wires that were severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy with fiber. McAdam told attendees at the UBS Financial conference that while the company could not offer an estimate on the actual damage to its network, he sees an opportunity to "take advantage of this disruption" a...
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OpenTAP the Free of Charge PSTN TAP SMS messaging gateway for business and private users

Introducing our TAP gateway product called OpenTAP. TAP to SMS and email messaging for the modern day business and individual use. Since the decline in TAP access via O2 and Vodafone and other network providers who look at their TAP messaging service as something unimportant and inferior to their other products and services, thus also bringing with that the withdrawal of the service last year b...
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OpenTAP – The Free of Charge TAP to SMS+Email gateway messaging service from Open Telecom…

Does your security alarm system, pager or other device use TAP to SMS messaging alerts? Open Telecom has the solution for you! Our TAP gateway is completely free to use, all you have to do is register with us, its easy! We provide a 2 in 1 service! TAP to SMS and for double backup for network outage we have TAP to SMTP, sending you message alerts to your registered email address. SMS + Email m...
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OpenTAP the Free of Charge TAP to SMS and Email gateway from Open Telecom

Do you use TAP gateway messaging? If you or your company uses TAP gateway messaging and you current service provider has withdrawn their service, such as O2, AT&T and many more Worldwide, then why not start using the new and reliable TAP to SMS and Email gateway from Open Telecom called OpenTAP. OpenTAP is completely Free of Charge, with no hidden costs to you, no messaging fees and no mon...
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Superfast mobile internet plans slowed by threat of legal action

A threat of legal action by O2 has thrown plans for superfast mobile internet in the UK before Christmas into turmoil. Photograph: David Cheskin/PA Plans to launch 4G superfast mobile internet in the UK before Christmas have been thrown into turmoil by a threat of legal action from the O2 network. The Guardian understands that Spanish company Telefónica, which owns O2, has written to telec...
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Vodafone agrees £1bn takeover of C&W Worldwide

Nick Brown, Telecoms Analyst at Espirito Santo Bank: Move may signal "more convergence" UK mobile phone giant Vodafone has agreed to buy telecoms group Cable & Wireless Worldwide (C&WW) in a deal valuing the firm at just over £1bn. Vodafone was left as C&WW's only suitor after India's Tata Communications ended its interest in the firm last week. Under the terms of the deal, Vo...
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