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virgin media fibre optic laying with tom mockridge

29th February, 2016 (8 Comments)

Cable TV and ultrafast broadband provider Virgin Media (Liberty Global) has launched a new “Supercharging Local Communities” initiative, which is simply another way of encouraging people and communities to register their interest in potentially being covered by the operators £3bn network expansion.

bt openreach big van

29th February, 2016 (24 Comments)

BTOpenreach has announced that their ‘Community Fibre Partnerships‘, which involve working with residents of isolated communities in order to upgrade their local connectivity, will soon have brought “fibre broadband” (FTTC/P) services to an extra 25,000 UK homes and businesses.

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29th February, 2016 (11 Comments)

Customers of BT and Sky Broadband, specifically those that have been buying and selling products via the popular eBay UK website, appear to be complaining about problems when using and accessing the auction service.

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29th February, 2016 (39 Comments)

Not an iceberg’s chance in hell. The Institute of Directors, which represents around 35,000 business leaders and directors, has called on the Government to go beyond their current ambition to deliver a Universal Service Obligation of 10Mbps broadband for all by 2020 and take us to 10,000Mbps by 2030.

5g uk mobile broadband

29th February, 2016 (1 Comment)

The Confederation of British Industry has called on the UK Government to give the new Infrastructure Commission “strong teeth” so that it can overcome political obstacles and focus on long-term planning to facilitate the roll-out of future 5G mobile broadband and other improvements.

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