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ISPA UK Starts Hunting for the 2019 Best Broadband ISPs

Monday, December 10th, 2018 (4:30 pm) - Score 550
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The UK Internet Service Providers Association (ISPA) has this afternoon launched the hunt for next year’s best ISPs, which includes several familiar categories (e.g. Best Superfast ISP, Best Business ISP) and some new ones (e.g. Best Infrastructure Provider). Plus the “Internet Villain Award” has finally returned.

The winners of the last 2018 awards event were announced all the way back in July 2018 (here), which once again saw Hyperoptic secure the top spot for the “Best Superfast Broadband” category and Gigaclear named as the “Best Rural Broadband” provider (the latter came before recent news of mass roll-out delays).

This year the event will also add a new category for “Best Customer Solution” (i.e. this recognises an ISP that has delivered a particularly innovation technological solution to a complex customer issue) and “Best Infrastructure Provider” (i.e. this recognises the growing band of companies revolutionising the communications infrastructure).

On top of that the “Internet Villain” award has returned to complement their existing “Internet Hero” category, which it will achieve by highlighting the public figure who has attacked the values of the Internet the most or tarnished the reputation of the industry.

The 2019 Award Categories
Best Rural ISP
Best Business ISP
Best Superfast ISP
Best Customer Service
Best Cyber Security
Best Hosted Service
Best VoIP
Best Infrastructure Provider
Best Partnership
Best Customer Solution
Best ISP PR Campaign
Executive of the Year
Internet Hero
Internet Villain

The ISPA Awards remain free to enter and open to all providers of internet services (companies must register here by 31st Jan 2019) and they will be expected to submit further written entry forms by 29th March 2019, with broadband and hosting entrants also undergoing technical testing between 12th February and 29th March 2019. As before, the winners will be announced at a gala ceremony and dinner during July 2019.

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