1 December, 2009 - 11:00 PM
Comparison site Broadband.co.uk has released its latest anecdotal monthly broadband speed testing results for November 2009. It shows that the average UK broadband download speed for the largest ten ISPs has remained largely unchanged since October and currently stands at 4.367Mbps.

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1 December, 2009 - 12:22 PM
The Digital Economy Bill is to be debated by the Lords tomorrow in its Second Reading. We recommend that anybody who has an objection to the unfair proposal of disconnecting customers from their UK broadband ISPs, based on a suspicion of involvement with illegal p2p file sharing, write to the lords and tell them about it.

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1 December, 2009 - 12:04 PM
Broadband ISP TalkTalk ( The Carphone Warehouse ) has returned to its previous promotion of offering new customers a FREE broadband connection when they signup, which saves £29.99 off the initial price. The offer applies to both its 8Mbps (40GB usage + line rental) 'TalkTalk Essentials' and 24Mbps (Unlimited usage + line rental) 'TalkTalk Pro' packages.

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1 December, 2009 - 11:46 AM
UK ISP Be Broadband has once again extended the half price promotion on their BE Value product until 28th December. The service normally costs £13.50 per month (free connection) but is now available for just £6.75 a month for the first 12 months. The basic package includes download speeds of 'up to' 8Mbps (1.3Mbps upload) and a wireless router modem. New customers can get the discount by entering the offer code "halfprice" during signup.

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1 December, 2009 - 8:40 AM
Scottish telecoms company Abica has commenced trials of BT's new superfast next generation Fibre-to-the-Cabinet ( FTTC ) broadband technology via the Halfway Exchange in Glasgow, which serves business intensive areas such as Hillington and Cardonald. The service officially went live at the Halfway exchange on Friday last week.

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1 December, 2009 - 7:45 AM
Mobile operator Three (3) has admitted that the 3G Mobile Broadband coverage of its network is not as good as it should be. The operator has now begun temporarily removing sales of Mobile Broadband kit from stores located in areas where coverage does not meet its own internal standards. In addition, users unable to gain even basic web and email access will also be able to exit their contracts or receive a discount.

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30 November, 2009 - 11:00 PM
The Internet Service Providers Association ( ISPA ) was first established in 1995 and is today the UK's primary voluntary trade association for providers of Internet services. The ISPA’s primary job is to promote competition, self-regulation and the development of the Internet industry. Presently the organisation is home to more than 200 UK companies, giving it a significant voice in the industry.

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30 November, 2009 - 7:01 AM
UK Hambleden Valley (Oxfordshire) resident and chairman of BT , Sir Michael Rake , has finally received a 1Mbps broadband connection to his home after first moving into the "not spot" location just one year ago. It should be good news but instead BT has stumbled onto a PR disaster after it emerged that his local neighbours were not being afforded the same privilege.. yet.

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