BT and Toshiba launch first commercial trial of quantum secured communication services

EY becomes first commercial customer to connect quantum secure data transmission between its major London offices. At an event held

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New body to make UK world-leading centre for telecoms innovation

The UK will be a world leader in telecoms research and development under plans for a new government-funded organisation dedicated

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5G connections to surpass 1 billion in 2022, says GSMA

According to the GSMA, 5G connections will surpass 1 billion in 2022 and 2 billion by 2025. By the end

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Ofcom plans crackdown on fake number fraud in the UK

UK phone companies will make it harder for scammers to use their networks, under a range of measures proposed by Ofcom today.

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Ofcom fines O2 £150,000 for providing inaccurate and incomplete information

Ofcom has fined O2 £150,000 for failing to provide accurate and complete information to Ofcom when they were investigating whether it

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EE completes rollout of 4G in Glasgow’s Subway stations

4G connectivity switched on in all 15 Subway stations for the first time        The Emergency Services Network

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Scam calls affecting millions of UK residents

The UK’s Telecoms regulator Ofcom have released results from a survey conducted this summer, stating that nearly 45 million people

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4.7 million UK homes have struggled to afford their telecoms bills this year

New research from Ofcom the UK’s telecom regulator reveals the challenges and tough choices many telecoms customers are facing this

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New telecoms security law to protect UK from cyber threats

The Telecommunications (Security) Bill aims to give the government unprecedented new powers to boost the security standards of the UK’s

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UK Mobile firms to be banned from selling ‘locked’ handsets

Mobile phone companies will be banned from selling ‘locked’ handsets, under a range of new rules from Ofcom that will make switching

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