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Final statement: Personal numbering – Review of the 070 number range

Final statement published 1 October 2018 070 numbers are designed to be used for personal or ‘follow-me’ services. When someone calls a 070 number, their communications provider pays a wholesale termination charge to the 070 service provider for the call to reach the recipient. The caller is then charged a retail price by their communications provider for making that call. As part of the Call ...
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How to Use a VPN with VOIP

Fix VOIP audio and connectivity issues with a VPN Unblock Skype, Viber, and Google Hangouts Secure your video and voice chats with 256-bit encryption Save money on international calls Get instant access to more sites and services from anywhere in the world Get ExpressVPN  Why use a VPN for VoIP? Freedom Some countries in the Middle East and Asia block VoIP services like Skype...
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OpenTAP access number changes

Due to the new Ofcom regulation changes effective immediately you are required to change the access number for OpenTAP Due to legislation and regulation changes Ofcom has decided that as of October 2019 all 070 Personal Numbers will be re-rated to the cost of a mobile call. Therefore we can no longer support OpenTAP on the current access numbers 07045607101 or 07011106620. You must therefore chan...
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Billing minimums and increments

What are Billing Minimums / Increments? Billing minimum / Increments indicate what minimum and incremental measures of time are used to calculate the duration of each call, usually for billing purposes. Historically, billing increments have ranged anywhere from 60 seconds to 6 seconds or less. A “30/6″ billing indicates a 30 second minimum with subsequent 6 second increments...
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The UK will remain under EU laws for an additional 21 months after Brexit

The UK will remain under EU laws for an additional 21 months after Brexit. Brexit secretary Dominic Raab told MPs that maintaining EU law was “necessary” through the “implementation period”. The move heightens criticism levied at the government, that the UK’s formal exit from the EU on 31st March next year will be ‘Brexit in name only’. In a written statement to MP’s, Theresa May announced that sh...
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How will Brexit affect you!

Last year the UK public voted to leave the EU. The government has now triggered Article 50. This means that the process of leaving the EU has started. Some laws will change in the future - but not immediately. Everything will stay the same until new laws are made. If you’re an EU citizen living in the UK, your rights to live, work or get benefits won’t change unless the government pass...
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What Is SIP Trunking & Will It Actually Save Your Business Money?

Conventional analogue phone systems have dominated business communication for a century. But it’s been clear for some time that, when it comes to modern demands, they just don’t cut the mustard. Long distance, international calls continue to cost a fortune. The fact that a traditional copper-based phone line can only handle one call at a time means you’re constantly investing in a new trunk, ev...
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No Mr. Soros, Brexit Will Not be a Black Friday for the British Pound

George Soros says the British pound is at risk of another 'Black Wednesday' event should the UK vote to Leave the European Union on June the 22nd. We disagree! George Soros, the man who once ‘broke the pound’ is back in the headlines with warnings that the British pound would suffer a cataclysmic decline, similar to Black Wednesday of 1992, should the UK vote to exit the EU. Soros has told The...
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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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EE: ‘4G rivals will never catch up’

The boss of Britain’s biggest mobile operator, EE, claims it is so far ahead in offering superfast 4G services that rivals will never catch up. Olaf Swantee made the claim as EE revealed that nearly 400,000 customers have signed up for the 4G mobile service which launched in October last year and allows customers to access the internet much faster when they are on the move. The company ...
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