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The 100 Mb of Movistar will cost € 29.9 in the first year

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Wednesday, 10 April 2013 10:51

The price of the 100 Mb Movistar FTTH drop to € 29.9 per month starting next Monday, according to The Economist. Coupon will form during the first 12 months of recruitment, then moving to its regular price of 39.9 € line included. In hiring a package along with some Imagenio, will keep the discount of 10 € for the first year.

The fiber offers so far had no temporary promotions. This change indicates that Telefónica first needs to boost its FTTH before the expected arrival of new competitors.

www.eleconomista.es/interstitial/volver/ ... EUR - .html


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Orange, condemned for not releasing a motive after finishing the permanence

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Wednesday, 10 April 2013 00:43

The district court has sentenced Zaragoza Spain France Telecom to pay 500 € and coasts to a user for not successfully unlocked the mobile terminal after completing the period of stay. The resolution is not actionable.

This is an important judgment, it is the first time that a telecommunications operator is convicted in court for not providing unlocking a terminal, preventing use it to its rightful owner with the operator of their choice.

The first instance in which the user achieve that recognize their rights was to the Consumer Arbitration Board, but has had to be the ordinary courts requiring the operator to comply with the award. Aware of what was at stake to set a precedent with a conviction against him for not unlock terminals, Orange's lawyers tried to reduce compensation to just over € 80, claiming that it was an old phone, with more than two years. Fortunately, the judge recognized that the mobile phone has become obsolete because of the time that has lasted user pilgrimage for the release.

A report by the Consumer Cooperation Commission recently issued following a complaint by the subject Facua, outlaws the sale of locked phones.


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Google Fiber extends to a new U.S. city

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Tuesday, 09 April 2013 23:33

Although very slowly, Google's experimental network extends to other U.S. cities. The company has announced plans to start deploying in Austin (Texas), which will be the second city where it is available, after Kansas City.

Early users can connect in Austin in mid-2014, have access to FTTH connections offer from Google, which runs from 1 Gbps to 5 Mbps free of paying only installation.

Just at the same time, AT & T, the nation's largest telephone, has announced that it will offer 1 Gbps in the city.

googlefiberblog.blogspot.com.es/2013/04 / ... texas_9.html

https://fiber.google.com/cities/austin/


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O2 will offer free WiFi throughout the London Underground

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Tuesday, 09 April 2013 23:10

The operator's own account in a statement . O2 , the brand with which Movistar operates in the UK and other countries, reached an agreement with Virgin Media as a partner to provide free WiFi throughout the London Underground system. To do so only need to download the application on your smartphone O2 Wifi free, available in the App Store and Google Play for iOS and Android phones, respectively. O2 customers will be recorded automatically without having to remember a username and password.

Besides free WiFi access in the subway stations, with the application Your Go allows them to use their current number to make and receive calls, send and receive text messages and use voice mail with up to five devices at once. If the device only had WiFi or wireless coverage only because there were no mobile calls are allowed including people who do not use Your Go.


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