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City of london square mile united kingdom

31st March, 2016 (23 Comments)

The Foundation for Information Society Policy (FISP) think-tank has said that some 20 cities in the United Kingdom are on their way to rolling out Gigabit (1000Mbps+) class broadband services, but London isn’t one of them and they want the capital’s mayoral candidates to change that.

wireless mobile broadband mast vodafone uk

31st March, 2016 (4 Comments)

A new study has examined the 3G and 4G based Mobile Broadband performance of mobile operators O2, EE, Three UK and Vodafone across five major cities including Cardiff, Edinburgh, Liverpool, London and Norwich. Overall EE delivered the fastest Internet download and upload speeds in all cities, except Norwich.

plusnet uk

31st March, 2016 (2 Comments)

Budget ISP Plusnet has reintroduced their offer of 12 months free unlimited home broadband (up to 17Mbps) for new subscribers (normally £9.99 per month) and added in a £50 Cashback discount, although as usual you still have to pay the line rental charge on top (from £15.49 per month).

bt uk isp logo

31st March, 2016 (2 Comments)

Subscribers to BT’s Premium Mail (email) service, which is offered to customers who don’t want the ISP’s consumer broadband product any more (e.g. because they’ve switched providers) but still wish to keep their email address alive, will be hit with a big price hike on 6th May 2016.

3g 4g mobile broadband network ec sourced image

31st March, 2016 (5 Comments)

The on-going effort to re-purpose the 700MHz radio spectrum band (currently used by UK Digital Terrestrial TV (DTTV) services) and make it available for use by Mobile Broadband (4G, 5G etc.) in time for 2020 (Q2) could force 100,000 – 160,000 UK households to replace their aerials.

uk region map

31st March, 2016 (4 Comments)

The national telecoms regulator has today launched a new tool that aims to give consumers a better idea about the performance and coverage of local mobile (2G, 3G and 4G) and fixed line broadband services. But it only uses data from the “major communications providers” and is very basic.

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