Vodafone prepares quad-play bundle (UK)

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Vodafone UK is reportedly preparing to launch a quad-play mobile phone, home phone, broadband and TV package in the near future. According to sources, it was working with BT Wholesale on a new service, which would be a quad-play offering similar to bundles offered by BT Retail, although exact details are still unclear.

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UK Joint Venture achieves 12,000 joint 3G Base Station

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¬≠According to UK based network infrastructure joint venture, it has now delivered more than 12,000 consolidated 3G sites for T-Mobile UK and Hutchison 3G UK (Three). The company, Mobile Broadband Network Limited (MBNL) is a network joint-venture between Three and Everything Everywhere – itself the merged UK arms of Orange and T-Mobile. The consolidation of the two networks has included …

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Big 3G Network Savings for Three and T-Mobile

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Prior to Everything Everywhere being formed and the amalgamation of Orange and T-Mobile within it, Three had an agreement with T-Mobile to share a certain amount of their network transmitters etc. The agreement between Three and T-Mobile resulted in MBNL, the network joint-venture being formed. Now that to Everything Everywhere is official and in place, the deal with MBNL remains …

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O2 UK’s mobile, fixed networks to be consolidated by BT

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www.WirelessFederation.com/news: A five-year multi-million pound managed services contract has been signed between O2 UK and BT Wholesale. With this contract O2 UK aims to consolidate its mobile and fixed core networks into a single, cost-effective network using the BT 21CN platform. A range of next-generation communications services for customers would be delivered and the capital expenditure would be reduced through …

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Vodafone NZ moves into ISP game, buys iHug

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Vodafone New Zealand is implementing the company’s global strategy to become a full spectrum telecoms service provider, with the acquisition of ISP ihug from Australia’s iiNet (ASX: IIN). iiNet says the sale price of $NZ41 million (SA36m), is approximately $A6 million in excess of book value. Completion of the sale is expected within 2 weeks. iiNet acquired the Australian and …

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