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24th Jul 2013 (2 Comments)

Business ISP Entanet, which supplies internet access and related services to a number of ISPs and businesses across the United Kingdom, has launched a special promotion that will allow their resellers to offer a free superfast broadband installation or migration on FTTC packages.

24th Jul 2013 (2 Comments)

Mobile operator and ISP EE (Orange UK) has today reported that their fixed line Home Broadband subscriber base has grown by +10,000 customers in Q2-2013 to reach a total of 704,000 (up sharply from the +1k added in Q1). Meanwhile their 4G based mobile customers have doubled from 318,000 in Q1 to 687,000 now.

24th Jul 2013 (0 Comments)

Budget internet provider TalkTalk has released its latest Q2-2013 results today, which saw them add another +8,000 broadband subscribers (down from 10k in Q1-2013) to total 4,071,000 customers. The number of consumers taking their Superfast Fibre (FTTC) product also grew by a steady +22k in the quarter to 95,000.

24th Jul 2013 (38 Comments)

Telecoms analyst firm Point Topic has today published a short health check of the United Kingdom’s drive towards making superfast broadband (25-30Mbps+) speeds available across the country, which warns that the future demand for 1000Mbps (Gigabit) broadband connections will widen the digital speed divide between urban and rural areas. So is it time for FTTH?

24th Jul 2013 (2 Comments)

The government’s Department for the Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has today been criticised by a new select committee report for its late delivery of the Universal Service Commitment (USC), which aims to ensure that 100% can access a minimum broadband speed of 2Mbps by 2015. The inquiry said this must now be “prioritised over increasing speeds“.

24th Jul 2013 (18 Comments)

Satellite operator Eutelsat (Skylogic) appears to be feeling a strain on its broadband capacity after it began advising ISPs in the UK, and we assume the rest of Europe too, that their current top-end unlimited usage package would be withdrawn by the end of August 2013.

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