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FOOTBALL: The World Cup will be the most accessible given the growth of mobile phones and tablets popularity, the communications watchdog said yesterday.
Ofcom has announced that the ACCESSIBILITY of the games through 4G and increasing Wifi provision in public spaces will allow more fans to watch more games even despite the time difference with Brazil.
The number of British adults owning smartphones has risen by over 100 per cent since the last World Cup in 2010.
DEATHS: A teenage couple were killed yesterday after plunging six floors from a London tower block.
Both students were said to be at a party in the flat in Deptford, coming outside for some privacy and what neighbours described as “some really dangerous stuff.” The couple were pronounced dead on the scene.
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