Downtime left customers unable to access emergency services
Out-of-contract punters will get same deals as new subscribers
Being in a minority of one doesn't make you right
Big mess in Little England
Borkage led to 2.6 million customers being overcharged
It's a bad day if you have to scroll for ages to find Hey Duggie
Shows will be able to stay online for a whole year
Usable internet at last
20 million Brits could be paying more than they need to
Most other providers are getting their act together, seemingly
No, this isn't an April Fools' joke
Ofcom's new code of practice comes into force
First-timer gives TalkTalk a long-awaited reprieve
But report claims providers 'continue to have concerns'
We seem to have become conduit in a proxy war (not for the first time)
Watchdog finds operators failed to be clear on early exit charges
Operators stand accused of providing dodgy info about coverage in rural areas
Ofcom survey sees phone call numbers dip for the first time in yonks
And Vodafone is still ranked worst for mobile complaints
Ofcom reveals that three per cent of premises still lack 10Mbps speeds
But Airspan Spectrum Holdings is the only firm to come away empty-handed
It's expected to last for 'a number of weeks'
There will now be just five bidders, Ofcom confirms
Auction will run for 'a number of weeks' before successful bidders are revealed
Watchdog will investigate whether operators breached EU net neutrality rules
If firms fail to deliver, customers will be able to exit their contract penalty-free
Watchdog says it hopes to hold the auction 'as soon as possible'
Court of Appeals throws out firm's last-ditch attempt to change bidding rules
Faults and billing issues were main complaint drivers
No more of this "discretionary goodwill gesture" malarky
Watchdog will force firms to provide a minimum guaranteed speed
We can't think who Ofcom is talking about
Firm says move will 'unnecessarily delay' the process
Firm claims it 'needs to protect customers' mobile experience'
Firm claims auction rules are detrimental to UK consumers
But Three slams decision as a 'kick in the teeth for consumers'
Network failed to provide 'uninterrupted access to emergency services'
'It's not you, it's me'
They grow up so superfast
We're really sorry, sniffs mobile giant
Idea dreamed up in the pub one Friday night
Competitors to be given access to BT's poles and ducts to roll out their own fibre