is virginmobile switching from @EE to @O2 or @vodafone ? confused ? you should be
apparently @virginmobile signed a deal with @vodafone for 2021 to 2026 but they have just announced they will merge with @o2 !
so potentially they will run two MVNOs with old customers moved to @vodafone and new customers setup on @o2
BT OpenReach is using #opensource to challenge @huawei
There seems to be a Lenovo Motorola moto one macro tethering issue if you are tethering multiple windows 10 pcs running virtualbox with multiple vms bridged over wifi.
Whilst bridging your vms means the moto will only see one mac address for both the vm host and vm guest i was surprised to see moto DHCP duplicating IP addresses across hosts.
Workaround tether your moto to a wifi router / extender (such as a NETGEAR PR2000) that has DHCP and then connect pc’s and vm’s to that .
Why not watch the extremenetworks webinar
to find out about WiFi 6E
- new superhighway for congestion-free traffic management (unlocked 6 GHz channels)
- experience improvements for users
- more bandwidth, wider channels & cleaner spectrum
- performance benefits, including for high-density environments more flexibility & reduced interference in channel planning
if it’s not @three, it’s not real #5G ! @mmc @ofcom @oftel noone else has “a 100MHz contiguous block of 5G spectrum”
why was this allowed to happen ?
seems totally unfair to EE, O2 & Vodafone 😦
i did not think it was possible to find a mobile phone worse than a huewei honor kiw but i was wrong the nokia 2.2 is even worse
huewei honor kiwproblems
nokia 2.2 problems
- 1G sw update takes 2 hours
- 50% apps crash
- cant choose which sim to make a call on
- no instructions on how to remove sim
how to transfer your mobile number to three and use london underground wifi
setup a three mobile tube password then
When you’re next in a London Underground station with Wi-Fi:
Turn on Wi-Fi on your device.
Search for Virgin Media WiFi from the available connections and connect to it.
On the Virgin Media page that opens in your browser, go to the Other providers dropdown and select Three.
Enter your Three number and the password you chose, then select Register.
You’ll now be able to connect to Wi-Fi in London Underground stations. Your device will remember your details in future, so you’ll automatically connect next time you’re at a participating underground station.