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Phone Mania: Ofcom Pays Credit to O2

According to UK telecoms regulator Ofcom, compared to the other four mobile phone networks, O2, our favourite, provides the quickest webpage downloads on a laptop when using a modem or dongle (pictured).

Ofcom found that 17% of households used dongles, and the number relying on them as their only means of accessing the internet has more than doubled over the past two years.

Below, we pay tribute to UK mobile technology with a review of some classic handsets:

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Tags media, mobile, O2, ofcom, dongle
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