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Avaya files for chapter 11 bankruptcy

Avaya, the networking, telecoms and collaboration company, has filed for US chapter 11 bankruptcy as a way of restructuring its business. The company, which started life in 2000 as an offshoot of Lucent Technologies, says the bankruptcy filing will help it to reinvent itself as a software as a service company. “We have conducted an extensive review of alternatives to ... Read More »

EE fined £2.7m by Ofcom for overcharging customers

Telecoms regulator Ofcom has fined EE £2.7m for ‘negligence’ for overcharging tens of thousands of customers.  The fine has been issued after an investigation by the watchdog found that EE “broke a fundamental billing rule on two separate occasions”.  The first issue saw customers who called the company’s 150 customer services number while roaming within the EU incorrectly charged as if they ... Read More »

BT plans new service to cut-off nuisance calls

BT claimed that the service has only become possible due to improvements in large processing power so that its systems can proactively divert calls before they reach a customer by recognising when a rogue number is making huge volumes of calls. Furthermore, the service will let customers refer nuisance numbers to the firm’s database to try and stop unwanted calls ... Read More »

BT-EE deal approval by CMA could be ‘extremely damaging’ says trade association

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MPs call on Ofcom to separate ‘unambitious’ BT and Openreach

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Queen’s speech promises to ‘create the right’ for high-speed broadband in ‘every household’

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BT bends in battle to give Openreach its independence

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Ofcom calls for Openreach to be made ‘distinct company’ – but stops short of demanding formal break

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Telecommunications post-Brexit: key considerations for IT

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Vodafone launches network-level blocking tech to stop scam calls

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