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cityfibre microtrenching york uk

9th March, 2016 (4 Comments)

A new report from IHS has said that Cityfibre’s Gigabit fibre optic (FTTP) broadband network will increase its coverage area from “15% of all UK households to 20%” by 2020, which will help to boost NGA Internet connections to 15.5 million. But the figures do require some clarification.

bt openreach blowing fibre

9th March, 2016 (5 Comments)

The Connecting Cambridgeshire scheme in England, which is currently working with BT (Openreach) in order to make FTTC/P based “superfast broadband” (24Mbps+) services available to 95% of the county by 2017, has said that another 7,500+ premises could benefit from a future contract extension.

cityfibre uk

9th March, 2016 (0 Comments)

Updata Infrastructure, which is part of Capita IT Enterprise Services and delivers public sector focused network connectivity solutions, has today signed a new deal that will allow them to access Cityfibre’s existing UK network of urban focused ultrafast fibre optic (FTTP) cables and related infrastructure.

plusnet uk

9th March, 2016 (7 Comments)

UK ISP Plusnet has reintroduced the offer of 6 months free service on their up to 38Mbps Unlimited Fibre (FTTC) broadband package (£14.99 per month thereafter), which is perhaps slightly awkward timing given today’s other advertising related news.

fibre optic broadband bt cables

9th March, 2016 (35 Comments)

The CEO of BT Group, Gavin Patterson, has confirmed to the ‘Media & Telecoms 2016 & Beyond‘ conference in London that he will “significantly … accelerate the deployment” of their ultrafast 330Mbps capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband technology. But the details remain wafer thin.

advertising standards authority uk 2016

9th March, 2016 (7 Comments)

The Advertising Standards Authority has banned an old website advert for Plusnet’s broadband packages, which “misleadingly” claimed to offer a “TOTALLY UNLIMITED” and “Truly unlimited” service with no usage limits. But in reality there was a poorly explained traffic management policy.

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