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ISP News Archives for June 2016

 
chelsea_bt_telephone_exchange

2nd June, 2016 (30 Comments)

Some 13,000 premises in Chelsea (London) could be impacted when BT start closing the local Telephone Exchange (WRCHEL) later this year and shift related lines over to South Kensington, which for some ADSL based broadband ISP subscribers could result in slower speeds.

4gee_wifi_devices

2nd June, 2016 (6 Comments)

Mobile operator EE has today launched two new portable “next-generation” Mobile Broadband devices – the 4GEE WiFi and 4GEE WiFi Mini – that connect WiFi enabled kit (e.g. Smartphones, Tablets, PCs) to their superfast 4G cell network.

plusnet uk

2nd June, 2016 (6 Comments)

UK ISP Plusnet has today recycled their 18 months of “free” up to 17Mbps unlimited broadband offer (£9.99 per month thereafter), but as usual this only works if you take it as part of a bundle with phone line rental and that costs £16.99 a month on top (or the equivalent of £15.49 if pre-paid).

spitfire_2016_isp_logo

1st June, 2016 (0 Comments)

Spitfire, the UK business focused broadband Internet and telecoms provider, has reportedly bolstered its Service Level Agreements (SLA) via a number of commitments to new customer support and service reliability improvements.

tommy_cannon

1st June, 2016 (6 Comments)

UK ISP Unicom (VERASTAR, Universal Utilities, Business Comms Solution etc.), which seems to have made a habit out of creating angry customers and were even fined £200k by Ofcom as a result (here and here), has now even managed to irritate Tommy Cannon from the legendary Cannon & Ball duo.

bt uk isp logo

1st June, 2016 (2 Comments)

BT has today launched a new range of BTMobile tariffs with bundled Smartphones, which are designed to complement their existing 4G SIM-Only tariffs and also include the same £5 discount for existing broadband users, as well as unlimited access to their WiFi hotspots and free BTSport Lite TV.

talktalk_super_router_hg633

1st June, 2016 (6 Comments)

The Advertising Standards Authority has banned a website advert for TalkTalk’s Super Router (Huawei HG633 / HG635) hardware after BT complained that the device was making misleading performance claims, such as one that boasted of delivering “the strongest signal and fastest speeds in the UK.”

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