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28th April, 2014 (28 Comments)

BTOpenreach has kindly responded to this morning’s article by confirming the latest batch of 163 telephone exchanges that have been upgraded to support the Fibre on Demand (FoD / FTTPoD) service, which makes their “ultra-fast” and ultra-expensive 330Mbps (30Mbps uploads) fibre optic broadband (FTTP) product available via FTTC capable lines.

28th April, 2014 (0 Comments)

The state aid supported Northernlincs Broadband project appears to have revealed the first details about which areas can expect to benefit from the additional Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK) cash injection of £1.18 million, which was first announced in February 2014.

28th April, 2014 (2 Comments)

Customers of budget broadband provider TalkTalk, specifically those whom have enabled the operators network-level HomeSafe Internet filtering censorship system (Parental Controls), have complained that the system is incorrectly blocking the women’s rights website https://sherights.com under the questionable category of “pornography“.

28th April, 2014 (0 Comments)

Mobile operator and ISP EE UK has recorded one of its best quarters of fixed line broadband subscriber growth after it added more than +19,000 customers in Q1-2014 to total 745,000 (up from +12k in Q4-2013). Meanwhile their 4G mobile customer base grew from 1,996,000 in Q4-2013 to reach 2.9m now (+889k in the quarter).

28th April, 2014 (52 Comments)

BTOpenreach’s new FTTP on Demand (FoD) product offers the attractive potential for anybody within reach of an FTTC capable line to order a full fibre optic broadband connection, which can deliver stable speeds of 330Mbps (30Mbps uploads) using Fibre-to-the-Premises technology. But have cost and confusion killed the attraction.

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