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talktalk uk isp

10th November, 2015 (8 Comments)

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has confirmed that they’ve opened an investigation after TalkTalk admitted that they’d got the pricing wrong on one of their snail mailed leaflet adverts, which promised that new customers could “save up to £476 vs BT, [Sky Broadband] and [Virgin Media]“.

london underground tube trains

10th November, 2015 (5 Comments)

Cable operator Virgin Media has quietly announced that their UK network of public WiFi Hotspots has once again been expanded to cover an additional 100 London Underground Tube stations (total 250).

vodafone uk broadband

10th November, 2015 (1 Comment)

Vodafone has today reported their latest Q3 2015 results (calendar), which reveals that the new fixed broadband service has grown ever so slightly to reach 75,000 customers (up by +5K net adds vs +4K in Q2). Meanwhile their 4G UK population coverage has reached 75% (82% by Ofcom’s definition).

fibre optic from hyperoptic broadband

10th November, 2015 (0 Comments)

Broadband ISP Hyperoptic, which is currently deploying 1000Mbps capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) networks around 12 UK cities, has today become the first such provider to be awarded the Q-Mark Fire Stopping Installation certification from local and international body BM TRADA.

Apple iOS Internet update

10th November, 2015 (4 Comments)

The UK Government’s new Investigatory Powers Bill, which aims to expand the United Kingdom’s Internet snooping laws by forcing broadband ISPs to log a bigger slice of everybody’s online activity, has taken fire from Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, over its “very dire” move to damage encryption.

roku_3_video_streaming_kit_amazon_sky_now_tv

10th November, 2015 (2 Comments)

Sky (Sky Broadband), which has a big investment in Roku UK’s popular video streaming kit and uses the hardware for their own Internet-based NOW TV video streaming service, appears to have finally reached a compromise with Amazon’s rival Prime Instant Video.

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