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Calls to 0800 freephone numbers now free on mobile phones and landlines

Freephone numbers starting with 0800 or 0808 are now free to call from mobile phones as well as landlines. The move is part of an overhaul of phone numbers and charges planned for many months by regulator Ofcom which has now come into force. It said the cost of so-called service numbers, starting with 084, 087, 118 or 09, had also been simplified. But there are warnings of confusion over th...
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Organisations will face serious issues with SSL certificates on critical service infrastructure.

INTERNAL SSL CERTIFICATESMany organisations use Internal Certificates to secure critical infrastructure. Certificates using internal names/IP’s will no longer be trusted after 1st November 2015. The vast majority of organisations will be caught out by this change if they fail to act before that deadline.Unseen vulnerabilities created by rogue SSL server certificates are a growing problem for organ...
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UK call costs guide

If you’re confused by call charges or don’t know your 03 from your 0845 numbers, then we have the perfect guide for you. There are so many different types of phone number these days that it can be hard keeping tabs on how much they cost to call. Our guide looks at some of the common numbers in use today, what they are used for and how much it costs to call them from a BT landline. You can...
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(August 24th, 2004) – Romsourcing Romania selects OpenTelecom to deliver E-Care Services. (Live Chat and Email Answering Operators available for UK).

(Worldwide) August 24, 2004 - Romsourcing is delighted to announce a new partnership with UK telecom services provider OpenTelecom. [break] OpenTelecom will provide support for distributing Romsourcing E-Care services to UK market.[break] Romsourcing as an offshore outsourcing provider offers successful rapid deployment of new and customized services such as BPO services, live chat services,...
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