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TAP Access Number

At our shop we have a piece of kit that calls up a mobile number to communicate to our mobiles with text messages that vtell us when the alarm is set/unset, alarms and other stuff. The number it calls is 07960 980480, but this number now seems either permanently engaged or just doesn't answer at all. O2 (who run the number) don't seem to even know what i'm talking about! Vodafone also have a...
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FranzCom launches new TAP to SMS and SMTP messaging gateway for the UK market!

(Wadebridge, Corwnall 11/12/2012) Due to the recent collapse and withdrawal of TAP gateway services, by various large Telecom firms such as O2, T-mobile, Orange and the like, FranzCom has realized the need of many companies and business who rely and need this service. FranzCom has partnered with a US supplier and also invested in our own in-house TAP to SMS and SMTP messaging gateway. What's mo...
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Orange, T-Mobile merge to create UK’s largest carrier

Summary: Decreasing revenue and heavy competition trigger the UK's biggest mobile merger, which will give the new joint venture the lead position in the UK with more than 28 million customers Orange and T-Mobile are to merge their British operations to create the UK's largest mobile carrier, their parent companies said on Tuesday. The as-yet-unnamed joint venture will have a combined customer ...
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Orange and T-Mobile UK merge to crush O2 and Vodafone

Orange and T-Mobile are to merge. Currently the third and fourth biggest mobile phone providers in the UK, the two companies are being combined by Deutsche Telekom and France Telecom to form the UK's largest, as-yet-unnamed network, like some kind of Power Ranger-style megazord phone network. Deutsche Telekom owns T-Mobile, which employs 6,500 workers in the UK, and France Telecom owns Oran...
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T-Mobile UK Drops Support for Mobile Tethering on Unlimited Data Tariffs

(10th Aug 2012) T-Mobile UK has confirmed that it is dropping support for mobile tethering -- the use of a mobile phone as a mobile broadband modem -- on its unlimited data tariffs. The move only applies to new customers, so existing customers should not be affected by the change - for now. The tariff, called Full Monty Plan was advertised as allowing users to "use their mobile internet for ...
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