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The great NT bake off!


A great day

A few weeks ago NT held our very own bake off. It was a great chance to for people to show off their baking prowess and of course to eat mountains of cake.

The competition included entries from some very keen bakers and some offerings from people who had never baked before. The result was a huge (and original) range of tasty treats, ranging from Oreo cupcakes to a giant chicken and stuffing pie!

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BT announces the date they will switch off the ISDN network


SIP Trunks replace ISDN

Gavin Patterson CEO of BT has announced a date for the complete migration of ISDN services to the IP Network, the end of 2025.

What this means

No need to worry, this gives BT at least 10 years to migrate their network. You may however want to start considering what this means for your business in the future and if it is worth migrating to SIP sooner rather than later to make use of its many advantages.

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NT exhibits at Alexin Healthcare event


A great evening

This week NT had the privilege of attending the Alexin Healthcare AGM,alexin healthcare

Alexin Healthcare is owned by 93 GP practices that are located in the South Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group, East Staffordshire Clinical Commissioning Group and the South East Staffordshire Clinical Commissioning Group.

It was great to meet with GP’s and Practice Managers from a wide range of practices across Derbyshire and Staffordshire.

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Ofcom launches multi provider mobile network coverage checker


Choosing a mobile provider…Ofcom Mobile Network Coverage

If you are struggling with poor mobile signal and are considering changing supplier you can take advantage of Ofcom’s new mobile signal checker.

Steve Unger, Ofcom’s Chief Technology Officer, said: “Access to reliable mobile phone coverage used to be a ‘nice to have’. Now it’s essential to many people’s lives.

“We believe our map is the most comprehensive tool available to consumers and businesses to check mobile coverage. We’re encouraging people to feed back after using the map, so we can continue to improve its accuracy.”

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