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direct save telecom uk

26th June, 2013 (4 Comments)

Budget Internet provider Direct Save Telecom has today claimed to be the “first telecom provider in the UK to launch a no-contract unlimited family broadband” package, which costs £16.95 a month but a minimum term of 28 days is still attached.

virgin media uk

26th June, 2013 (3 Comments)

As expected Virgin Media has once again tweaked its broadband Traffic Management policy, which many consumers already find to be quite confusing, to improve upstream (upload) speeds and flexibility in order to help make video streaming from home computers smoother.

ofcom uk telecoms regulator

26th June, 2013 (0 Comments)

Mobile and Internet provider EE UK (Orange) has once again been shamed by Ofcom’s latest quarterly customer complaints report (Q1-2013), which highlighted their home broadband service as having the largest number of disgruntled customers among all of the biggest ISPs. But they did improve from Q4-2012.

fibre optic cable 1 fiberevolution.com

26th June, 2013 (0 Comments)

The government has today launched a new consultation that reveals how its troubled £150 million “Super-Connected Cities” (Urban Broadband Fund) programme will go about improving business broadband connectivity in selected cities now that EU state aid concerns have forced them to scrap their infrastructure development. But some homes might still benefit.

bt openreach engineer working

26th June, 2013 (35 Comments)

BTOpenreach has confirmed to ISPreview.co.uk that the first trial of its new VDSL Vectoring (ITU-T G.993.5) technology in the United Kingdom, which could help ISPs to deliver better FTTC broadband speeds over longer copper lines, is now set to begin at the end of July or early August 2013.

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