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superfast_worcestershire

16th January, 2018 (3 Comments)

The Worcestershire County Council (WCC) has launched two new schemes to help boost “fibre broadband” (FTTC/P) take-up and coverage among homes and businesses in the final 4% of the region, which includes a co-funding initiative with Openreach (BT) and a voucher programme for local businesses.

community fibre

16th January, 2018 (0 Comments)

UK ISP Community Fibre has managed to hit their deployment target in the London Borough of Wandsworth by making a 1000Mbps capable ultrafast fibre optic (FTTP/H) broadband network available to 10,000 council homes in time for the end of 2017. Just another 10,000 left to go.

voneus

16th January, 2018 (0 Comments)

Alternative ISP Voneus, which has deployed their ‘up to’ 100Mbps capable and fibre optic fed fixed wireless broadband network into a number of UK rural areas, has now acquired another rival provider – SugarNet – for an undisclosed sum. The move follows last October’s acquisition (here) of Cotswold Wireless.

direct save telecom 2015

16th January, 2018 (4 Comments)

The UK telecoms regulator, Ofcom, has launched a probe into budget phone and broadband ISP Direct Save Telecom in order to examine the provider’s approach to recovering debt from customers, including how they handle related service disconnections or migrations.

wales uk map

16th January, 2018 (27 Comments)

The Assembly Member for Ceredigion in Wales, Elin Jones, has accused Openreach (BT) of walking away from rural communities in her county after the operator left a roll-out of “fibre broadband” (FTTC/P) technology unfinished in the village of Oakford and possibly other locations.

bt uk isp logo

16th January, 2018 (105 Comments)

UK internet provider BT has today launched a new range of “ultrafast fibre broadband” packages to support both the latest hybrid fibre G.fast and “full fibre” FTTP technologies, which offer download speeds of up to 152Mbps and 314Mbps. On top of that there’s a 100Mbps “speed guarantee.”

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