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2012-06-28 06:30:59

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., June 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The ongoing evolution of advanced telco services is driven by changes in how consumers want to access communications and content services, and these changes in behavior are no longer limited to the Millennials. Service providers that best manage their way through these changes while preserving existing business models will gain a competitive advantage, according to a new report from Pyramid Research (www.pyr.com). How NGNs Enable Advanced...

2011-09-21 10:24:00

LONDON, Sept. 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- A landline is more than just a local number; it is a symbol of reliability and a way to demonstrate a company's presence to a local community. According to research by Orange, despite the prevalence of mobile phones, a landline is still the staple tool for nearly half of all SMEs, with 43 percent only advertising a landline as their main business number. However, the research also revealed that a landline does have its drawbacks and a staggering 80...

2011-06-27 21:33:00

LOS ANGELES, June 28, 2011 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- OneSuite.com, a leading prepaid international telecom service provider, announces the addition of China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan phone number selections to its Call Forwarding service. The service allows subscribers to establish a virtual presence in the Greater China region, enabling contacts abroad to easily call the U.S. by dialing a local phone number. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110627/CG27035) "OneSuite Forwarding...

2010-08-02 09:08:00

LEEDS, England, Aug. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- 0844 numbers and 0800 numbers are becoming an increasingly popular feature for companies throughout the UK, providing numerous business benefits. The non-geographical digits are now taking over from local area code numbers as firms look to increase their reach to a national level while maintaining their local presence at the same time. Normal landline numbers have a regionalised prefix code and hence cannot be marketed throughout the nation - giving...

2008-08-31 00:00:30

By Emily Dugan Mobile company puts charges up but refuses to let clients cancel contracts, in violation of its own terms The mobile phone giant Vodafone has been accused of "blatant dishonesty" after blocking customers from legitimately quitting their contracts over price rises. Anyone whose bills are likely to increase by more than 10 per cent when the company puts up its charges tomorrow is legally allowed to abandon their contract free of charge. But the network has been telling...

2008-08-19 18:00:35

VODAFONE yesterday said it will become the latest telecoms operator to up its prices by announcing plans to increase its minimum call charges by a quarter The Newbury-based group, which has 18.4 million UK customers, is raising prices from September 1 . The cost of calls that exceed customers' monthly bundle, or tariff, of calls will go up from 12p a minute to 15p. Calling premium rate and non-geographic numbers will become more 25% expensive. The price hike follows similar moves by...