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Dutch cable operator Ziggo announced on Friday morning that they will grace the football shorts of Ajax FC, the current champions of The Netherlands, from 2015. The result? Customers leave en masse.
U.K. telecoms regulator Ofcom has issued new guidance, directing networks to allow customers to cancel their contracts without penalty if the company increases its prices mid-contract.
A new operator in the UK wants to give something back to the community, donating 25% of its profits to good causes, and allowing users to pledge 10% of their mobile spend to a charity of their choice.
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A mobile network set out to prove that its data packages are truly unlimited, by encouraging its users to download as much data as possible, with one user downloading 419GB over 3G in a single week.
Robert Matthew Bentley, 21, Panama City, Florida, has plead guilty to conspiracy to commit computer fraud and computer fraud. Bentley was indicted by a federal grand jury in Pensacola, Florida in November 2007. The case...