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north lincolnshire uk

7th October, 2013 (1 Comment)

The North and North East Lincolnshire project to roll-out BT’s “high-speed fibre” (FTTC/P) based broadband network has received an additional boost of £1.2 million that should extend it to an extra 5,000 premises and a total coverage of 92% of local homes and businesses.

talktalk brightsparks engineer

7th October, 2013 (23 Comments)

A new study conducted by budget ISP TalkTalk has claimed that over 500,000 homes in the United Kingdom are losing around 4Mbps of broadband download speed due to a bad in-home setup (e.g. poor wiring, not connecting via the Master Socket etc.). But never fear because they might just have a solution.

internet email

7th October, 2013 (0 Comments)

Customers of O2 UK have been told to wave “goodbye” to their free email / webmail service because the operator intends to close the accounts for “all mobile customers” on 1st November 2013. The service, which was once offered to all of their subscribers, is apparently no longer popular enough to be worth maintaining.

enterprise_zones_united_kingdom

7th October, 2013 (0 Comments)

The government has announced an additional injection of £100 million to aid their Enterprise Zones, which were setup in 2011 to help predominantly disadvantaged urban areas and businesses to benefit from better transport networks, superfast broadband, various tax breaks and simplified planning rules.

mobile broadband uk

7th October, 2013 (0 Comments)

The Government’s Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) will today meet with the United Kingdom’s leading Mobile Network Operators (MNO), ISPs and altnets to discuss how its £1.2bn Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK) scheme could be improved to reach the final 5-10% of the population with superfast broadband.

ab internet wireless broadband mast

7th October, 2013 (3 Comments)

AB Internet has told ISPreview.co.uk, as part of our exclusive interview, that the Valuation Office Agency’s review of how its business rates can be applied to fixed wireless networks could result in a “whole segment of society” being “digitally marooned“. The ISP also warned against an “all roads must lead to fibre” approach to broadband.

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