The latest global report from mobile analytics company, Opensignal, shows that the UK ranked midtable for download speeds and 4G availability.
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The telecoms regulator, Ofcom has today set out its plans for new rules which will require telecoms providers to notify its customers when they are close to the end of their contract.
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The three biggest mobile operators are failing to offer their customers a satisfactory level of service, despite often costing more than smaller rivals, according to Which?s annual mobile customer satisfaction survey.
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The latest report by mobile analytics company, Opensignal has found that EE has opened a significant lead in terms of the mobile experience of its users, particularly when it comes to download speed, where its scores were 20% faster than its closest rivals.
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O2 and Three customers will see their mobile phone bill go up by 2.5% whereas EE customers will see their bills increase by 2.7%. Vodafone has also announced it will raise their prices but will confirm how much on Wednesday 20th March.