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dcms superfast broadband britain

19th June, 2014 (2 Comments)

Too little, too late? The boss of the Government’s Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK) programme, Christopher Townsend, has promised to review which local authorities have so far failed to publish detailed coverage maps and related data down to the 7-digit postcode level, which is often needed by smaller ISPs to help them secure state aid funding.

farming uk rural areas

19th June, 2014 (33 Comments)

The Government’s £10 million Innovation Fund, which aims to “test innovative solutions to deliver superfast broadband services to the most difficult to reach areas” (i.e. the final rural 5% of the United Kingdom), has today announced a list of the successful bidders and the nature of the pilot schemes they have proposed.

fibre optic rural broadband rollout uk

19th June, 2014 (3 Comments)

Business ISP Fluidata has signed a new deal to wholesale out access to ITS Technology Group’s “ultra high speed broadband infrastructure“, which include its networks in Hammersmith, Fulham and the Fibre Garden project in Cumbria (England).

virgin_trains_uk1

19th June, 2014 (0 Comments)

Virgin Trains has today pledged to provide free “superfast” WiFi wireless Internet access “for all customers” after signing a major new deal for the West Coast franchise with the Government’s Department for Transport (DfT), which will run from 22nd June 2014 until March 2017.

diseworth1

19th June, 2014 (0 Comments)

Some 250 homes and businesses in the rural Leicestershire (England) village of Diseworth should gain access to BT’s “high speed fibre broadband” service by the end of 2015 after it was announced that an additional £119,000 had been secured from the UK Government to help fund the upgrade.

bt superfast fibre van

19th June, 2014 (6 Comments)

The national UK telecoms regulator has today dropped TalkTalk’s “margin squeeze” complaint against BT’s superfast broadband (FTTC) prices, but has moved to promote competition in the market by launching a new consultation that would force BT to “maintain a sufficient margin between its wholesale and retail superfast broadband charges” and thus allow other ISPs “profitably to match its prices“.

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