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14th June, 2017 (8 Comments)

The Government’s returning Digital Minister, Matthew Hancock MP, has today told the Connected Britain event in London that he will recommit to the current policy of fostering “full fibre” broadband and 5G mobile, which is despite the fact that a deal between the Conservative Party and DUP has yet to be signed.

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14th June, 2017 (0 Comments)

Fixed wireless ISP Boundless Networks, which serves a growing number of homes and businesses with superfast broadband services around rural parts of the United Kingdom, has doubled its network capacity and boosted their top package speeds up to 50Mbps.

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14th June, 2017 (0 Comments)

Last month ISPreview.co.uk reported (here) that a new ISP called G.Networks was aiming to roll-out a Gigabit Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) network to serve small businesses (SMEs) in central London. The provider has now secured £4.6m from Albion Capital to support their ambition.

scotland uk regions map

14th June, 2017 (12 Comments)

The Scottish Government has today claimed that their £428m Digital Scotland project with BT (Openreach) has successfully ensured that 750,000 extra Scottish homes and businesses can access a “fibre broadband” (FTTC/P) service, with “superfast” speeds covering “more than” 90% of the country.

wales uk counties map

14th June, 2017 (2 Comments)

The Welsh Government (WG) has launched a 30 day public consultation into their proposed £80 million plan to extend the roll-out “fast reliable broadband” (defined as 30Mbps+) to “every property” in Wales by 2020, which could see a further 98,145 premises being covered by the service.

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14th June, 2017 (8 Comments)

ISPs Sky Broadband, Virgin Media and TalkTalk have succeeded in getting the Advertising Standards Agency to ban several adverts for BT’s Infinity SmartHub broadband router, which made “misleading” claims to offer the “UK’s most powerful wi-fi signal” and “better wi-fi coverage“.

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