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Get Connected Abroad with Euro Broadband Boosters

T-Mobile launched Euro Broadband Boosters yesterday to its business customers. The new offering aims to help break down potential barriers for UK companies doing business in the EU by providing businesses with greater transparency on the costs of accessing the internet while abroad. There will be a choice of Boosters for the business traveller to pick from dependent on their needs – from a quick e-mail check, to more regular browsing, or urgent downloads. This variety ensures that the most suitable offering is available to deliver optimum value, visibility and control of business expenditure while travelling in the EU. All Boosters are bought through a simple webpage that opens automatically when the browser is accessed in Europe. T-Mobile has four Euro Broadband Boosters to choose f... »

Follow Staff with their Mobile Phone

A new mobile phone based service is being launched today that allows families and businesses to locate loved ones and staff to within 10 metres of their location, anywhere in the UK. The new device called ‘Locatorz’ can be downloaded and installed on most mobile phones within minutes, granting concerned parents and managers a way to keep an eye on those important to them. The success and unique nature of the service relies on the accuracy and detail of Ordnance Survey data. Doctors, district nurses, estate agents, social workers, bailiffs, estate agents, taxi drivers and many other mobile employees are often called to visit locations where their safety may be an issue, and ensuring their location is viewable significantly enhances their personal security. Whether you own your o... »

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O2 Launches landline numbers direct to mobile phones

O2 today announced a new service, Fixed Number Anywhere, providing small businesses with a landline number that rings straight through to their mobile phone. The first service of its kind to be offered in the UK by a major mobile operator, Fixed Number Anywhere allows small businesses to take incoming landline calls directly on a mobile phone. The service, which launches in August, has been designed for small businesses who maintain a landline number to show customers their business is local and established, but spend long periods away from their desk. By linking landline numbers directly to their mobile phone, Fixed Number Anywhere will help these businesses minimise missed calls while eliminating expensive call diverts. It follows an extensive study conducted by O2, which revealed that d... »