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bt uk isp logo

6th Aug 2013 (16 Comments)

The new 300Mbps capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP/H) based and £50 a month fibre optic broadband product from BT Retail, which is called BTInfinity 4, now has a page on the ISP’s website but don’t all rush at once because you probably don’t live in an area where the service is available.

internet law uk

6th Aug 2013 (4 Comments)

The government has today proposed new amendments to the Consumer Protection Regulations (Unfair Trading) that, among other things, would “ban pre-ticked tick boxes for extras that the consumer may not want or need“. But that’s precisely what big broadband ISPs have been told to do with their network-level filtering solutions.

farming uk rural areas

6th Aug 2013 (2 Comments)

A new ComRes survey of 2,016 adults in Great Britain has found that 80% of people (rising to 85% in rural areas) expect that rolling out faster broadband across the whole of the United Kingdom would improve the economy. But 69% say that the focus should be on ensuring that everyone can get connected first (i.e. before tackling better speeds).

suffolk uk broadband intervention map

6th Aug 2013 (9 Comments)

The Suffolk County Council has confirmed that its state aid supported £40 million contract with BT, which aims to make superfast fibre broadband services available to 85-90% of local homes and businesses by the end of 2015, has connected its first street cabinet and will now be able to connect 16 areas by September 2013 (3 months ahead of schedule).

nextgen uk logo

6th Aug 2013 (3 Comments)

The annual 2013 Next Generation Digital Challenge Awards, which will run alongside the NextGen Conference in London (14-15th October), has unveiled a shortlist of potential winners for its Best Fixed Rural Network and Best Fixed Urban Network category. Broadband ISPs CityFibre, Cotswolds Broadband, Hyperoptic and others are all in with a chance.

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