trefor.net raised it’s pretty little head above the parapet of the world wide web on the 19th May 2008. The site covers many aspects of the communications world from the perspective of people living and working in the internet industry.

Particular areas of interest are Network Connectivity, Cloud, Mobile (particularly 4G) and Unified Communications which are covered with a fairly happy go lucky attitude which on occasion can get serious.

You can follow us on Twitter at @trefornet, Facebook and LinkedIn. Trefor Davies is on Google+ here.

Communications are normally via Twitter, Google hangout (tref@trefor.net) or via Skype (trefor.net)

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Lesley July 11, 2011 at 11:01 am

Dear Trefor

Do you communicate with consumers, ie end users of CPs’ services? I am one and am currently in training to run a business online.
I have an issue with LLU and number mobility and wondered whether you’d be willing to respond.
With kind regards,

tref July 11, 2011 at 11:21 am

Give me a shout in the office via voice or email if you like or by all means continue with this thread with any specific questions.

Lesley July 11, 2011 at 12:05 pm

Many thanks, Tref. Will do.

Nic du Feu August 11, 2011 at 11:15 am

Nice one Trefor

Dave Woodcock January 26, 2012 at 11:12 pm

Hi Tref,

It was good to meet you in Bray tonight at the Dell event. The chips made the night for me and the company was good too. I’m a heavy user on linkedIn but use it as a security forum for bouncing ideas around but I can see I could learn a lot from your blog content. I’ve just started helping a partner called Assuria with theirs as an avenue to discuss some security good practise and they were also at the event tonight.

Good luck


tref January 30, 2012 at 7:57 am

Thanks Dave – it’s good to get about and meet people. Security is a very interesting field ot be in at the moment and it is going to get more so I’m sure



Elisa November 19, 2013 at 9:38 am

Hi Trefor,

Thank you for posting your 4G speed test findings in London. It helped me decide whether to spring for a new plan or not, and on which network! I happened to notice that your header graphic was a bit confusing to me, so I thought I’d mention it. It reads “Fresh IP Communications Comment”…whereas I think the designer meant it to read “IP Communications/Fresh Comment.” It’s a subtle difference, but it comes off as a confusing group of words the way it is now. Thanks again for the helpful post!

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