29 March 2016
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Telecoms
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Getting to grips with VoIP and seven features that could benefit your small business

If you’re currently looking for the best telephone systems for your business, you may want to consider VoIP. What is VoIP? VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol, although people sometimes refer to Voice over Networks, Voice over Broadband or Internet Telephony to describe the same thing. More and more businesses are moving away from […]


6 August 2014
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Telecoms
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What Your Phone Number Tells Customers – Is Your Mobile Number Toxic?

The internet has changed the way we communicate; yet traditional phone communication is still a vital communication tool for businesses. A phone number is one of the first things that your business will have  set up, and it can say a lot about you to customers and suppliers. For example, if you your main contact […]


5 November 2012
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Telecoms
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Killer RABIT let loose by Openreach

We’re now three months into a customer trial of RABIT, known officially as the slightly less catchy ‘Major Service Outage (MSO) proactive CP notification trial’. RABIT is an innovative new cable protection system which can detect when a cable has been cut or damaged and notify the police so they can be at the site […]


11 October 2012
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FAKE Bad Piggies App spreads malware

Really Bad Pigs corrupting over 80,000 Chrome users Be warned that there is a fake version of the Bad Piggies game out there for the Google Chrome browser, which is covered with MALWARE. The Bad Piggies game, as you might be well aware, is Rovio’s spin of game from Angry Birds, which lets you take […]


23 July 2012
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BT says “Fibre for Wales”

BT has secured a contract with government and European funding to provide Wales with a super-fast broadband roll-out designed to transform the country. The total amount which will be invested in improving Welsh fibre infrastructure will be £425 million, consisting of both public investment from the government’s broadband pot, and private investment from BT. Wales […]


19 July 2012
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Mobiles
Telecoms
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UK texts more than calling

Texting is now more prevalent than making phone calls for UK citizens, at least according to the latest data from Ofcom. Indeed, texts are overtaking not just traditional phone calls, but meeting face to face as the most common way of keeping in touch for Brits. Ofcom uncovered various nuggets of information relating to communication […]


12 July 2012
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Do you spend a lot of time on Facebook and Twitter?

Spend a lot of time on Facebook or Twitter? That could be detrimental to your life and general state of mental well being, according to a recent survey. Apparently social media promotes both a lack of confidence and anxious feelings, or at least it can do in a considerable number of cases. The survey, carried […]


2 July 2012
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Mobiles
Telecoms
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Smartphones hardly used for calls

People spend more time using their smartphones for surfing the web, checking social networks or playing games than making phone calls, new research has found. While smartphones are replacing more of our gadgets, such as alarm clocks and   digital cameras, actually using one to make a phone call is not that common, according to mobile network O2. […]


12 January 2012
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Telecoms
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Are you using the right numbers?

You know, an awful lot of companies aren’t getting the best results from their advertising. Do you know why? It’s not because they’re spending too little, or advertising in the wrong places. It’s because they’re using the wrong number to promote their business. Whats the answer? It has been proven that 0800 number can improve […]