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how to contact t mobile uk

Since 2015, T-Mobile no longer exists in the UK. As part of a deal with Orange, both companies disappeared and become EE – a network which is currently the biggest in the UK, and was recently purchased by BT. As such, T-Mobile are no longer a presence, and all calls to the T-Mobile number are now handled by EE.

new low cost broadband from Sky

2017 is poised to be a fascinating year for the home broadband market. With rumours of Virgin Media climbing down from their ultra-fast broadband perch to offer slower, ultra-low cost broadband and the likes of TalkTalk re-energising their business after a torrid couple of years which has seen hack after hack crumble their satisfaction ratings.

december 2016

Virgin are a massive company. With fingers in everything from home broadband to healthcare and beyond, there’s no shortage of areas in life where you’ll find the Virgin brand. Because of that scale, it can be hard to keep on top of all the Virgin news out there, although it’s fair to say that Virgin don’t do the best job at collating that information into one place.

december 2016

Let’s be honest, for all the good things about Vodafone, their communication skills aren’t up there with the best. It’s not because of a lack of news stories out there, it’s simply because the official channels that Vodafone use just aren’t kept as up to date as they could be.

So, we decided to pick up their slack and round up all of the Vodafone news stories that have hit the wires over the last 30 days. From terrible customer service scores to the potential for drone traffic management, it’s been an interesting December for Vodafone. Let’s dig in.

british airways news

Are you looking to catch up on the latest British Airways news, but don’t want to trawl the Internet in search of the good stuff? We understand your frustration and in this post, we’re going to bring you all the latest news from the UK’s flagship airline. So, let’s dig in, shall we?

British Airways ditches free meals on short flights

merger could go ahead

 

Corporate mergers are, in reality, the sorts of things which never happen quickly. Companies may well spend years appraising each other’s position in the market, assets, potential and value before engaging in talks to take over one another. Once those discussions are taking place, there’s no guarantee that they’ll even come to anything, and if they do, due diligence could put the kibosh on the whole thing before it gets anywhere. If that doesn’t get you, then competition and regulatory bodies might well do. Needless to say then, two huge companies coming together is a tricky business.

merger could go ahead

 

The world of corporate mergers is one of near constant buzz. If it isn’t one company planning a merger, then it’s another, and whilst this endless hum of rumour can become hard to pay any attention to, especially with so many whispers coming to nothing, there are some you should pay heed to. We heard about one such deal in June 2015 when the Vodafone Group and Liberty Global announced that they were in talks to exchange “select assets”. At the time, a Vodafone executive said “There is no certainty that any transaction will be agreed, nor is there certainty with respect to which assets will ultimately be involved”. Ultimately, those talks came up against some major stumbling blocks, and talks were terminated as of September 2015.