back to article The Olympics mobile network clampdown that wasn't

The Telegraph has reported that O2 has struck a deal requiring all corporate hospitality at the London Olympics to have an O2 contract, which would be very serious if it wasn't cobblers. The story ran in The Telegraph on Monday, and reports that all other networks will be blocked from operating within corporate entertainment …

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  1. jaysel

    The Telegraph

    I'm more suprised that The Telegraph managed to beat Daily Mail to printing this nonsense!

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    "So where did The Telegraph's panic come from?"

    Probably the same place all the rest of their made-up panic comes from?

    A need to sell newspapers to idiots who will believe anything?

  3. Bill P. Godfrey
    Unhappy

    Give them time...

    Given the sponsor worship going on, I wouldn't be at surprised if any association with a non-sponsor within 50 miles of the stadium is made a criminal offense.

  4. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    not O2

    It's VISA that has the monopoly on the site, no mastercard for you sir.

    Likewise, WiFi access is likely to be BT Openzone too

  5. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    3G 900MHZ

    Good to see o2 making good use of 3G over 900 MHz

    Those of you on o2 can now check to see if it's active in your area

    http://status.o2.co.uk/

    and check to see what the 3G900 coverage is like for a specific area

    http://www.o2.co.uk/coveragechecker

    Vodafone and o2 were given permission by Ofcom to utilise the frequency at the same time

    o2 have made progress yet Vodafone remain strangely silent on the subject

    Anyone in the know able to shed some light?

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