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Three UK adds the USA to its 'Feel At Home' cut-price roaming tariff

Three UK adds the USA to its 'Feel At Home' cut-price roaming tariff

Three UK has extended its ‘Feel At Home’ discounted roaming service to cover the USA, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Macau, enabling its customers to use their UK tariff allowances when making calls, sending text messages and connecting to the internet abroad.

It follows the launch of ‘Feel At Home’ in Australia, Austria, Denmark, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy and Sweden three months ago.

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Vodafone falls slightly short of Ofcom's 3G coverage target

Ofcom has published the results of its assessment into whether or not the UK’s ‘big four’ mobile phone networks have met their 3G coverage obligations.

Although the 3G 2100MHz mobile spectrum licences originally only required networks to cover 80% of the UK population with 3G service, the government later increased this obligation to 90% population coverage. The deadline for meeting this requirement was 30th June 2013.

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Ofcom wants to quadruple 900MHz and 1800MHz mobile spectrum licence fees

Communication industry regulator Ofcom has published a consultation about revising the licence fees paid by UK mobile networks for the 900MHz and 1800MHz spectrum bands initially used for 2G and 3G services.

In December 2010, the Government told Ofcom to revise these fees in line with current market values.

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Ofcom data reveals O2 UK to be the mobile network with the least complaints again

Highest proportion of complaints from T-Mobile

Ofcom’s quarterly report of complaints against major UK telecoms and pay TV providers shows an overall drop between April and June 2013, mainly due to a fall in the number of landline and broadband complaints.

It’s the regulator’s tenth quarterly report.

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First village gets coverage from £150 million UK government Mobile Infrastructure Project

The North Yorkshire village of Weaverthorpe has been the first to benefit from the UK government’s £150 million Mobile Infrastructure Project.

In the next couple of years, hundreds of other communities are expected to benefit from the national scheme.

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