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This is another day of Bretongs, Bagpipe players and etc on a little Island. Don't of worry, more stuff will come! _________________________________________________________________ The extreme conversation between Scotland and England is based on a real recorded call of an angry British Telecom customer. Lnk to vid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yj2oXMdZ4sk _________________________________________________________________ Music 1: Scheming Weasel (Faster Version) 30Mins By Kevin MacLeod https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xAkWuYOMh4g Music 2: How To Say Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BXKsQ2nbno
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BT is set to dominate the UK mobile market after finalising a deal Thursday worth £12 billion ($18.3 billion). EE has the most mobile subscribers in the UK market. The deal means BT will be able to offer bundles of mobile, landline, broadband and TV services, known as "quad play" packages, to its customers. It also allows the company to distribute content across multiple platforms. EE, which was the first company in the UK to offer 4G mobile services alongside fibre broadband, runs the EE Orange and T-Mobile brands, serving 24.5 million mobile and 834,000 fixed broadband customers. http://feeds.mashable.com/~r/Mashable/~3/KUjExFza-JQ/ http://www.wochit.com
Or you can called it the tallest in London and England as well. Only in eleventh place where the non-London buildings begin to appear. Subscribe us: ▶ YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/Engineering8 ▶ Our Tweets: https://twitter.com/YT_Engineering8 ▶ Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Engineering8Channel ▶ Tumblr: http://engineering8.tumblr.com/ ▶ Google+ page: https://goo.gl/upGvEV 10. BT Tower, 177 metres (581 feet) Located in Fitzrovia, formerly known as GPO Tower, post Office Tower and the Telecom Tower. Became UK's tallest building for 16 years before overtooked by Millbak Tower. One funny fact about this telecommunication tower is that it was not officially present in goverment public map for 15 years due to its role in national military. CC-BY by Magnus D, https://goo...
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KPMG Nunwood’s Customer Experience Excellence Centre recently surveyed the UK market, drawing on over 10,000 consumer interviews to evaluate 272 brands. The research revealed the telecoms industry faces something of a customer crisis, with slight, but near universal declines in the UK CEE analysis, from an already weak position. The increasing sophistication of the product, coupled with forthcoming M&A activity, will spell either opportunities for new customer success or deeper challenges for an uncertain sector. The UK CEE revealed: - Telecoms is now ranked 9th of all industries included in the 2015 UK CEE, ahead of only utilities and the public sector - Most major telecoms brands are in decline - Customer experience investments in telecoms are not creating consistent value Presented b...
History in a couple of minutes. That's pretty good. Done in about 1991. This approach won the Gold top award in its day for Bay Area film competition. The client was giant British Telecom located in the UK. I think they had a conference in US they wanted to show an "image" piece - something that would help communicate their massive stance and longevity in the industry. Rick pitched the idea of this quick montage. Rick wrote(designed), produced, directed, and edited.
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Nigel Eastwood, CEO and founder of New Call Telecom, talks about establishing the business through a management buy-in from its parent company and growing it to become one of the leading ISPs in the UK. New Call Telecom is the sixth largest ISP in the UK. With more than 700,000 annual customers, it is also one of the fastest growing residential telecoms providers in the country. It recently launched its new low-cost Internet brand, Fuel Broadband. The company also provides overseas calling services through its Planet Talk, just-dial and Rate Buster brands. About Nigel Eastwood: www.nigeleastwood.com About New Call Telecom: http://www.newcalltelecom.co.uk/ About Fuel Broadband: http://www.fuelbroadband.co.uk/ Nigel Eastwood's Twiitter account: https://twitter.com/nigeleastwood