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26th November, 2015 (2 Comments)

The weight of the Government’s controversial new Internet Snooping legislation (Investigatory Powers Bill) will not fall on the shoulders of the market’s smallest broadband providers, but even if it did they wouldn’t be able to tell you about it because the biggest ISPs want them all gagged.

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19th November, 2015 (1 Comment)

Internet provider Andrews and Arnold (AAISP) appears to have become the target for a semi-sporadic Distributed Denial of Service assault (DNS reflection), which began hitting their network yesterday and has caused some of their customers to lose connection.

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16th October, 2015 (2 Comments)

Internet provider Andrews and Arnold (AAISP) has announced that they’re going to trial a 3dB SNR (Signal to Noise Ratio) profile on their TalkTalk Wholesale connected ADSL2+ lines, which could deliver increased speeds but only if your copper line is very short / stable enough to handle it.

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12th August, 2015 (9 Comments)

As mistake go, this could be a comical whopper. BTOpenreach has handed Internet provider Andrews & Arnold (AAISP) a staggering bill of £25,200 and all for fixing a single customer’s faulty Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC) broadband line.

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1st June, 2015 (5 Comments)

Ofcom’s easier broadband and phone switching rules are due to go live later this month (20th June). However one provider, AAISP (Andrews & Arnold), is so concerned about how it might result in more cases of slamming (i.e. consumers being switched without their consent) that they’re now offering a free “anti-slamming” service.

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2nd February, 2015 (24 Comments)

Interestingly BT appears to have informed UK ISPs that they plan to upgrade a large swathe of predominantly smaller telephone exchanges, many of which are in rural areas, from their older and slower 20th Century Network (20CN) based broadband and phone platform to the latest 21CN and Wholesale Broadband Connect (WBC) service between April and June 2015.

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5th January, 2015 (25 Comments)

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2nd October, 2014 (7 Comments)

The outspoken boss of broadband provider AAISP (Andrews and Arnold), Adrian Kennard, has criticised BTOpenreach for making a “very very detrimental change” to the terms of their Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC) service. In particular Openreach intends to stop supporting the VDSL modem they provide, which the ISP fears could make it harder and more costly to get faults fixed.

Andrews and Arnold Office

26th August, 2014 (24 Comments)

The boss of bracknell-based ISP Andrews & Arnold (AAISP), Adrian Kennard, has waded into the heated debate over Scottish independence by warning that some smaller broadband ISPs based in the rest of the United Kingdom might “simply cut off Scotland” because of higher costs. As our Scottish cousins might say, “a nod’s as guid as a wink tae a blind horse“.

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16th July, 2014 (8 Comments)

As the controversial Data Retention and Investigation Powers Bill (DRIP) slips its way through the House of Commons and into the House of Lords, the outspoken boss of broadband ISP Andrews & Arnold (AAISP), Adrian Kennard, has promised to use “all practical legal means” in order to protect their customers from state sponsored Internet snooping.

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27th May, 2014 (35 Comments)

The complaints department for cable operator Virgin Media has admitted that one of its leaflets was “worded badly” after the Managing Director of broadband provider AAISP (Andrews and Arnold), Adrian Kennard, complained that their claim of using a “fibre optic cable to install the services at the customers property” was misleading.

7th April, 2014 (5 Comments)

BT Wholesale has started consulting ISPs on the possible introduction of a new product called Voice Assured Broadband (VABB), which appears designed to optimise standard ADSL2+ and superfast FTTC (VDSL) lines for calls made via the Voice over IP (VoIP) protocol.

11th March, 2014 (21 Comments)

As consumers we have a right to be huffy at our ISPs when something goes wrong. But is the Internet provider still to blame if, as in the recent cases of AAISP and now PlusNet, your home broadband router ends up being hijacked by a DNS redirection exploit?

26th February, 2014 (29 Comments)

BT Wholesale’s incident helpdesk manager has told the boss of broadband provider AAISP, Adrian Kennard, that they’re “fully committed to ensuring that all capacity issues are addressed” after concerns over alleged network congestion on several of BT’s 21st Century Network (21CN) telephone exchanges were raised.

7th February, 2014 (6 Comments)

The boss of popular broadband ISP Andrews & Arnold (AAISP), Adrian Kennard, has angrily reported how a BTWholesale services Team Manager told him that “3% packet loss is not considered as a fault” on the operators hybrid fibre superfast broadband (FTTC) lines.

16th January, 2014 (4 Comments)

What’s in a name? Nominet, which handles the registry of .uk Internet domains, has bowed to Government pressure and agreed to begin the screening of website domain names so that any which “appear to signal … criminal content … or encourage serious sexual offences” can be blocked.

28th November, 2013 (3 Comments)

The boss of broadband ISP Andrews & Arnold (AAISP), Adrian Kennard, says that close cooperation with a team from BT and Huawei has enabled them to identify and replicate an earlier reported fault (here) that caused some superfast broadband FTTC (VDSL) modems from BTOpenreach to break Virtual Private Network (VPN) services.

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