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kcom engineer on side of building in hull

24th July, 2024 (0 Comments)

Macquarie-backed network operator and UK ISP KCOM, which is building a gigabit broadband network across East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire in England, has revealed that they’ve now expanded their full fibre (FTTP) service into the previously unannounced villages of Scotter and Brayton.


24th July, 2024 (0 Comments)

Full fibre operator and broadband ISP Brsk, which now covers 573,050 UK premises (RFS) with their FTTP network and is in the process of being merged into Netomnia (here), will today boost the speed of their entry-level ‘BetterNet100‘ package from 100Mbps to 150Mbps (symmetric) at no extra cost for new customers.


23rd July, 2024 (11 Comments)

City-focused broadband ISP Hyperoptic, which has so far extended their full fibre (FTTP/B) network to cover “more than” 1.73 million homes and 340,000 customers in parts of 64 UK towns and cities, has this afternoon informed ISPreview that they’re launching a new router – a branded version of the Zyxel EX3301.


2023 Openreach FTTP Engineer Close Up

23rd July, 2024 (10 Comments)

Network operator Openreach (BT) has issued a progress update on their state aid supported £600m Reaching 100% (R100) project with the Scottish Government, which has now extended their gigabit-capable full fibre (FTTP) broadband network to more than 57,000 of Scotland’s hardest to connect homes and businesses.

Wildanet-engineer-at-Cornwall-Airport PR 230724

23rd July, 2024 (1 Comment)

Liskeard-based alternative network operator and UK ISP Wildanet, which is rolling out a gigabit-capable full fibre (FTTP) broadband across South West England, has boosted connectivity at Cornwall Airport Newquay by deploying a new “lightning-fast” public WiFi network to replace the previous and somewhat slower service.


22nd July, 2024 (2 Comments)

Network operator and ISP Brsk, which now covers 573,050 UK premises (RFS) with their full fibre network and is in the process of being merged into Netomnia (here), has today announced that they’ve added the industrial port town of Runcorn in Cheshire (England) to their roll-out plan. A total of around 30,000 homes and businesses are expected to benefit.


Bundle of optical fibers with lights in the ends lay on keyboard.

22nd July, 2024 (3 Comments)

Alternative UK network operators Trooli and OFNL, which are in the process of rolling out a new gigabit-capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTT) broadband network across various parts of the United Kingdom, have today become the latest providers to join the Fibre Cafe connectivity aggregation platform.

BeFibre Digital Signage on Street

20th July, 2024 (0 Comments)

Merseyside-based UK ISP BeFibre, which is powered by FullFibre Ltd’s national gigabit speed Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) network, has sweetened the existing discounts on their top 900Mbps (symmetric) broadband package by throwing in a £75 Amazon gift card (£50 if you take a shorter 12-month term). The package costs from £29 per month on a 24-month term (£45 thereafter).

2023 Openreach female engineer in exchange.jpg

19th July, 2024 (38 Comments)

Openreach (BT) has today released the next batch of 92 exchanges (Tranche 17) in their “FTTP Priority Exchange Stop Sell” programme, which reflects areas where over 75% of premises are able to get full fibre and will thus stop selling copper based analogue phone and broadband products (i.e. FTTP becomes the only product option).



19th July, 2024 (0 Comments)

UK ISP Quickline has announced that their state aid (Project Gigabit) supported roll-out of a new gigabit full fibre (FTTP) broadband network in the North Yorkshire village of Escrick has now reached 600 homes. As part of that, they’ve teamed up with PBS Construction to show pupils at the local Primary School how they build the network via a “Digger Day“.

Block of UK flats and apartments MDU - 123RF ID147572482

19th July, 2024 (4 Comments)

The Ordnance Survey (OS), which creates and maintains detailed location (map) information for Great Britain, claims to have launched a “game-changing advantage” for alternative broadband networks (Altnet) that can help them to roll-out full fibre lines by “eradicating time-draining obstacles“, such as missing data for multi-dwelling units (big residential buildings).


19th July, 2024 (0 Comments)

Broadband network builder and UK ISP CommunityFibre, which runs a 10Gbps capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) network across around 1.4 million UK premises – mostly in London (inc. parts of Surrey and West Sussex), has launched a new offer that discounts their 500Mbps (symmetric speed) package to just £20 per month on a 24-month term (£33 thereafter).


18th July, 2024 (0 Comments)

London-focused UK business internet provider Vorboss, which has rolled out a 100Gbps capable full fibre network across the city centre, has today announced that they’ve appointed two new chiefs to their top leadership team – Jason O’Malley as Chief of Commercial Operations (CCO) and Malcolm Puddefoot joins as Chief Revenue Officer (CRO).

G.Network office name

18th July, 2024 (7 Comments)

London focused broadband ISP G.Network, which has spent the past few years building a gigabit speed Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) network across parts of the city centre (here), has completed the “first phase” of a new deployment with the Peabody Trust – extending their fibre optic service to more homes across Camden and Westminster.

Virgin Media O2 UK Hub 5 Router

18th July, 2024 (14 Comments)

Internet provider Virgin Media (O2) has finally fixed a fault that left a small number of their broadband customers, specifically some of those on top tier packages (e.g. 1Gbps), with half their normal upload rate (i.e. 50Mbps instead of 100Mbps). But it’s unclear why the seemingly simple problem took over a month to resolve.

Big Ben, Westminster Bridge and Houses of Parliament - 123rf

17th July, 2024 (15 Comments)

The State Opening of Parliament – often referred to as the “King’s Speech” – took place today, which saw the new UK Government set out their agenda for the coming session. The speech included mentions of several bills that could potentially support the expansion of gigabit broadband and 5G mobile networks, as well as toughen cyber security and Digital Verification Services.


17th July, 2024 (0 Comments)

City-focused gigabit broadband ISP Hyperoptic, which has already extended their full fibre (FTTP / B) network to cover “more than” 1.73 million UK homes in parts of 64 towns and cities, has launched a new promotion that discounts all of their top plans (150Mbps, 500Mbps and 1Gbps) to just £15 per month for the first 6-months of service.

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