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Cellnet (Description) Now Called O2: Cellnet was one of the original two analogue networks, a joint venture between BT PLC and Securicor [2]
Cornerstone (Description) (AKA CTIL) - VF and O2 Joint Venture: Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Limited (CTIL) was founded in 2012 as a joint venture between Vodafone and Telefónica [1]
CTIL (Abbreviation) (AKA Cornerstone) - VF and O2 Joint Venture: Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Limited (CTIL) was founded in 2012 as a joint venture between Vodafone and Telefónica [1]
EE (Acronym) Everything Everywhere: Including the Acquisitions of The T-Mobile (Deutsche Telekom) and Orange Networks [2]
MBNL (Description) Consolidation joint venture between 3 UK and EE: 50/50 joint venture company owned by 3 UK and T-Mobile (UK). Was formed for network consolidation on the 18th December 2007. [2]
MVNO (Abbreviation) Mobile virtual network operator: Example: Tesco Mobile & Virgin Mobile [2]
O2 (Description) O2 Mobile Network (Originally Cellnet): O2 was purchased by the Spanish telecommunications company Telefónica in 2006 [1]
Ofcom (Description) Ofcom is the UK communications regulator.: They regulate the TV, radio and video on demand sectors, fixed line telecoms, mobiles, postal services, plus the airwaves over which wireless devices operate. [1]
One2One (Description) Launched in 1993, rebranded as T-Mobile in summer 2002: [1]
OPCS (Acronym) Orange Personal Communications Services: [2]
Orange (Description) (OPCS) Orange Personal Communications Services: [1]
Telefónica (Description) A Spanish broadband and telecommunications Provider: Purchased O2 in 2006 [1]
Three (Description) (3) UK Mobile Phone Network: [1]
T-Mobile UK (Description) Originally launched as One2One: Originally owned by Deutsche Telekom, now owned by EE (Everything Everywhere) [1]
VF (Description) Vodafone Mobile Network: [1]