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Iceland, Ireland and Switzerland with most expensive internet in the Europe, UAE in the world

Comparing to the rest of the world, Europe internet prices are significantly lower. In the Top Ten most expensive countries in the world are three from Europe: Iceland, Ireland and Switzerland. Ukraine and Russia are on the other side, with lowest prices. Difference is ..huge! United Arab Emirates internet users are paying the highest rates in the world. Europe is…

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Telefonica to raise price of voice only fixed line plans

Telefonica is set to increase the price of its voice only fixed line plans by 13.6 percent in January in a bid to persuade more customers to sign up to its popular Movistar Fusion convergent offers, reports El Economista. The company has started informing subscribers that the flat rate voice only offer will increase to EUR 40 a month including…

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EE customers to see their bills change in January as new “pricing structures” kick in

Letters and emails are being sent out to customers over the coming months with details of the new pricing structure A number of EE customers are to see their broadband and landline packages jump in the New Year, as a series of new changes kick in. [amazon_link asins=’B00N9XQXJW’ template=’ProductAd’ store=’alert0b-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’977c1ce5-cf56-11e7-864d-61c2e33e7120′] The telecoms giant said all customers on these…

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Ezwim Listed in Main Top 50 Dutch Software companies

For the sixth year in a row, Ezwim is listed in the Main Software 50. The Main Software 50 is an annual ranking of the fifty most successful Dutch software companies of that year. This is according to Main Capital Partners; an experienced fund manager with a dedicated focus on the software industry (http://mainsoftware50.com/editie-2017/). Inclusion is awarded for outstanding revenue…

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17% of companies could say they have predictable monthly costs

Without proper visibility of device usage, companies can often be hit with bill shock due to overage charges and roaming, Forrester study reports Enterprises tend to focus on reducing telecom bills (which comprises 33% of mobility TCO), but must also consider the larger assets and services management costs (nearly 50% of mobility TCO). One in four companies is still using manual spreadsheets to…

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90% of enterprises ending up with overage charges on their bills each year. You?

Business mobile devices can be a lifeline for increasing employee productivity – but how do your business customers realize value when the costs of managing enterprise mobility are so high? Forrester, in a survey of 303 business decision makers commissioned by Cisco, found that the vast majority of enterprises, nearly 90 percent, ending up with overage charges on their bills each year. Lacking…

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Italian senate approves return to 30-day bills

The budgetary committee of Italy‘s senate has approved an amendment to a tax decree requesting a ban on 28-day bills for telephony, pay-TV and internet services. The amendment was tabled by the ruling Democratic Party (PD) with a view to banning recent moves by operators to charge customers on a 28-day rather than on a monthly basis. READ MORE: Return…

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Broadband providers overestimating speeds by up to 62%, Which? claims

Analysis from UK consumer group Which? shows significant discrepancies in some local authority areas between providers’ broadband speed estimates and actual speeds reported. Which? has used data taken from over 700,000 speed tests conducted by Speedchecker Ltd. The research, which also used data collected by Ofcom for its 2016 Connected Nations report, looked at the median download speeds in each local authority area, taken…

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Wireless Data Overage Fees Now Exceed Roaming Revenues in Canada

Michael Geist, University of Ottawa law professor, has shed some insight on the recent CRTC 2017 Communications Monitoring Report, which detailed the state of communications services in Canada. The top five broadcasting and telecommunications groups/entities, which consist of Bell Canada, Quebecor, Rogers, Telus and Shaw/Corus, together combined to account for 83% of total industry revenues in 2016, a “slight increase” compared to 2015 and…

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Hondurans spend 10% of income on mobile data

Honduran consumers use up nearly 10 percent of their average monthly income on 1GB of mobile data, according to a study from the Alliance for Affordable Internet (A4AI) cited by local daily La Prensa. The study places Honduras 15th in a ranking of 16 Latin American and Caribbean countries, ahead of Nicaragua, with Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica and…

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