EE are currently experiencing issues with their network where customers are unable to make any outbound calls to land lines or other networks.
EE are said to be actively working to resolve the issue.
You can use EE’s Network Service Checker to keep up to date:
- Resolves an issue that caused the DHCP settings tab to display incorrectly
- Resolves an issue that caused the application to quit unexpectedly when automatically launched
- Resolves an issue that prevented the network password from being stored in the Keychain when the network on the 5GHz band was named differently
For the latest information on AirPort software, check Software Update in System Preferences or the following Apple website: Apple Support Downloads.
Learn more about Apple Wi-Fi at: http://www.apple.com/wifi/.
Read this interesting report from the Guardian called “Why file-sharing has killed ‘unlimited’ mobile data contracts”:
Killing unlimited data contracts is bad news and I do not see why we are being held back from moving on. It is damaging to progression and I will be writing a post about that shortly.
Money saving expert is reporting O2 and Vodafone but there are hopes for others in the near future, Tesco mobile is pushing for it!:
I had a user who needed to use an AT&T USBConnect Mercury Sierra Wireless dongle.
After installing the software and running AT&T Communication Manager I found that the “Connect” button was greyed out and underneath and error reporting:
“wireless device locked”
The device was connecting to the mobile network and then dropping off and showing the message.
As this was sent from my NY office, I asked them to make sure that the SIM was activated on the network. It was not. After speaking with AT&T the SIM was activated and then I was able to connect with no issue.