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New Call is a fast-growing, global internet company focusing on emerging markets. Established in 2010 with headquarters in London, The Hague, New Delhi, and offices in New York, Manchester, Frankfurt, Dubai, Mumbai, and Bangalore. We create and implement innovative solutions.

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Latest News

10 reasons to #CutTheCord

10 reasons to #CutTheCord

London, UK, Tuesday, 21 July, 2015

Thousands of dog food adverts, a heap of discontinued crime dramas and an eternity of boring reality shows. Ever wondered exactly why you are still paying out for your satellite and cable subscriptions? Here are ten smart reasons to #CutTheCord and join the digital revolution. It’s official – we are wasting hundreds of pounds on TV channels we don't use.

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Amazon Fire TV with Fuel Broadband

Amazon Fire TV Stick with Fuel Broadband

London, UK, Monday, 01 June, 2015

Fuel Broadband is giving away Amazons Fire TV Stick to all new customers, powering their digital life with unlimited streaming of over 15,000 movies and TV episodes. The Fire TV Stick opens up a world of unmissable, hand-picked online entertainment from some of the most popular streaming channels and games. It allows you to catch up for free with BBC iPlayer and watch some of your favorite TV series on Netflix without the need of a laptop.

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TV, On demand, streaming, Broadband

Rise in popularity of streamed television

London, UK, Friday, 15 May, 2015

An expert in communication statistics has commented on a change in viewing habits of the British public, as we make the switch from regular scheduled television to streamed channels. Mr Moreno, a boss at the communications company Arqiva has commented on evidence that the way we watch TV is changing, with online streaming becoming a regular habit for millions of viewers.

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