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An EE spokesman said: 'Starting today, i Phone customers on EE can make and receive high quality calls over Wi Fi and send text messages, using their own phone number with no need to use an app - great for when a mobile signal is unavailable.'Rival networks, including O2 and Three, offer apps in order to make calls over Wi-Fi - similar to the Skype service - while Vodafone has said it will be launching a Wi-Fi calling service 'in the summer'.The telecoms firm is currently in the process of being taken over by BT in a deal worth £12.5billion that could see further combinations of technology in order to boost mobile phone reception in the future.Now, let’s be clear here: it is great to speak to people on public transport.
About 1.3billion people use the Tube every year – more than half a billion potential love interests.
Anyhow, the badge-makers have overlooked the fact that commuters talk regularly throughout the city - the echoes of “sorry” ring throughout tube platforms nonstop.
This is the set way that we communicate about possibly anything - and I wouldn’t change it for the world, because it’s comforting and reminds me that I’m home.
Firstly, it’s a very cultural thing in Britain, particularly London.
We are not particularly open to speaking to people that we do not know.