Tuesday, 23 January 2018

Virgin Media UK launches 4G, tests net neutrality rules with zero-rated WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Monday 07 November 16

Quad-player's upgraded mobile service enables customers to carry over unused data to next billing cycle.

Virgin Media UK marked the launch of its 4G service on Monday by offering zero-rated access to WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. It means customers can send messages, pictures and videos using the popular OTT services without it counting against their data allowance. Virgin Media, which offers mobile services in the U.K. as an MVNO hosted by EE's network…

Virgin Media UK marked the launch of its 4G service on Monday by offering zero-rated access to WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. It means customers can send messages, pictures and videos using the popular OTT services without it counting against their data allowance. Virgin Media, which offers mobile services in the U.K. as an MVNO hosted by EE's network…

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