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Customers complain most about TalkTalk, 3UK, says Ofcom

Customers complain most about TalkTalk, 3UK, says OfcomAccording to the latest data released by UK communication regular, Ofcom, telecom carriers TalkTalk and 3UK were the most complained about carriers in the UK between April and June this year.

TalkTalk topped the list for most complaints received by Ofcom for both landline telephones and fixed broadband services while 3UK topped the list for mobile services.

The report was created on the after looking into all the consumer complaints received by the regulator and then ranking carriers as a proportion of their customer base.


Talk Talk warns against BT’s plan to build a broadband monopoly

Talk Talk warns against BT’s plan to build a broadband monopolyUK's telecom giant, TalkTalk has said that the British Telecom is building a broadband monopoly using public finances.

The company also accused BT of planning to establish a control over fibre network in the country, something, it claims, would leave the UK with weakening infrastructure when compared to other European nations.


TalkTalk takes up ex-BBC exec

TalkTalk takes up ex-BBC execUK telecom firm TalkTalk has recruited BBC's former controller of TV platforms, Rahul Chakkara, as the new man for the post of ' Director of Online activities', reports The Guardian.

Chakkara served his last day in BBC on 30 June, and is acknowledged for his contribution towards the development of the BBC's Project Canvas and at the same time BBC's popular on-demand video service, iPlayer.


The free broadband offer

TalkTalkAn enticing offer from TalkTalk offers free broadband for a year, in addition to free landline calls for 12 months too.

The offer asks the users to sign up for an 18 month broadband and landline contract with TalkTalk following which weekend and evening calls will be free for the first year, along with net access.

This offer according to the experts proffers an actual hands-on TalkTalk's Essentials package for free which in actual terms should cost £6.99 per month, but in actual terms the user gets to save a total of £84.


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