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so-net

15th April, 2013 (17 Comments)

Japanese ISP So-net, which is supported by Sony and launched its first Internet connection services in 1996, appears to have introduced one of the world’s fastest live commercial Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) based broadband packages with a download speed of 2Gbps (1Gbps uploads) or around 2,000Mbps in megabits.

wireless mobile mast

15th April, 2013 (3 Comments)

The National Audit Office (NAO), which is responsible for scrutinising public spending on behalf of Parliament, has confirmed that it will investigate whether or not Ofcom’s underperforming auction of the 4G (LTE) based 800MHz and 2.6GHz mobile broadband spectrum has delivered “value-for-money“.

virgin media uk

15th April, 2013 (8 Comments)

As widely expected the European Commission (EC) has today granted approval for international cable operator Liberty Global (LGi) to continue with its £15bn acquisition ($23.3 billion – enterprise value) of UK cable provider Virgin Media.

telephone warning uk

15th April, 2013 (5 Comments)

The UK telecoms regulator has today proposed a series of “major changes” to how phone call charges are handled, which is designed to make the cost of calling businesses and services clearer for consumers (focus on 08, 09 and 118 numbers). Calls to 080 numbers could also become free from “all telephones” including mobile.

b4rn_farmers_dig_ftth

15th April, 2013 (3 Comments)

The non-profit B4RN (Broadband 4 Rural North) project has confirmed that its “hyperfast” 1000Mbps capable community-built and funded Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) based broadband network in rural Lancashire (England) will now be extended from 8 to 21 parishes and a new share offer has been launched to support the move.

primus saver uk

15th April, 2013 (16 Comments)

One of the cheapest internet providers in the market, Primus Saver, will today move to make its £1.20 a month broadband and calls bundle even more attractive by increasing the default usage allowance from 20GB (GigaBytes) to 40GB. A free connection and free router are also included.

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