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18th July, 2024 (0 Comments)

Network benchmarking firm Opensignal has today published the results of a new study that explored the differences in broadband reliability between urban and rural areas across 18 countries. The study reveals that, among other things, the Nordics, the United Kingdom and Canada all score highly for connection reliability.

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16th July, 2024 (10 Comments)

Network testing firm Global Wireless Solutions has today published the results of a new study that examined connectivity experiences in the UK, which saw Virgin Media (O2) win two awards for ‘Best Broadband Experience‘ and ‘Best Combined Connectivity Experience‘, while EE came top for ‘Best Mobile Experience‘.

Network map of United Kingdom. Country digital connections map. Technology, internet, network, telecommunication concept. Vector illustration.

16th July, 2024 (4 Comments)

Networking kit manufacturer DrayTek, which is a familiar name in the broadband connectivity world, has published a new ‘ISP Performance and Perceptions Survey 2024’, which reveals what business users really think about their Internet Service Provider and what they view as their most crucial connectivity needs.



16th July, 2024 (5 Comments)

Analyst firm M-Lab and comparison site Cable.co.uk have today published their 2024 global broadband ISP speeds report, which reveals that the United Kingdom delivered an average (mean) download speed of 110.99Mbps (up from 93.62Mbps last year) – ranking us 35th fastest in the world (down from 34th in 2023).

Football player kicking ball over uk internet laptop screen

15th July, 2024 (2 Comments)

Telecoms giant BT has released some new internet traffic statistics from the final UEFA Euro 2024 football match between England and Spain (8pm) on Sunday 14th July 2024, which saw a 142% increase in customers streaming the game compared to England’s semi-final against the Netherlands.


9th July, 2024 (2 Comments)

Mobile network analyst Streetwave has partnered up with the Caerphilly County Borough Council (CCBC) in Wales to harness local refuse (bin) collection trucks in order to map the local network (mobile broadband) performance across the area, which covers services from EE (BT), O2 (Virgin Media), Vodafone and Three UK.


uk customer satisfaction index

9th July, 2024 (2 Comments)

The Institute of Customer Service (ICS) have just published their second biannual UK Customer Satisfaction Index for July 2024, which reveals that three mobile and broadband (telecoms) providers made it into their table of the country’s top 50 organisations – Tesco Mobile (20th), Utility Warehouse (23rd) and giffgaff (32nd). But it’s not all good news.

uk map green broadband telecoms britain

8th July, 2024 (7 Comments)

ISPreview’s latest biannual UK summary of fixed broadband coverage for H1 2024 has found that “full fibre” (FTTP) ISP networks have grown to reach 67.68% of premises (up from 60.54% in H2 2023) and 83.39% are within reach of “gigabit” speeds (up from 79.86%). Continue on to see details for England, Wales, Scotland and N.Ireland.

European Union member states

3rd July, 2024 (13 Comments)

The European Commission has this week published their annual 2024 ‘Broadband Coverage in Europe’ study, which reveals how the EU’s fixed gigabit broadband and 5G mobile networks compare across all of its 27 countries, plus Norway, Iceland, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.


SpeedTest Broadband Downloads

3rd July, 2024 (0 Comments)

Network benchmarking firm MedUX has today published the results of a new study, which examined the fixed broadband performance and quality of three major UK ISPs – BT, Sky Broadband and Vodafone. Overall, BT ended up topping the rankings, but it’s unclear why they left out TalkTalk and Virgin Media, both of which are bigger than Vodafone.

trains and railways uk

2nd July, 2024 (12 Comments)

A recent study from business comparison service Bionic claims to have identified the best and worst UK train line operators for onboard WiFi internet access, which was achieved by analysing negative reviews that mentioned the service. The results suggest that the best operator for WiFi is ScotRail, while the worst came out as Cross Country trains.

fibre optic connection to house

1st July, 2024 (2 Comments)

The Independent Networks Co-operative Association (INCA), which represents many of the UK’s alternative gigabit broadband providers, has today published a new manifesto. The document sets out the key recommendations that it thinks the next government will need to implement – within the first 100 days in office – to help boost network roll-outs.



26th June, 2024 (0 Comments)

The Internet Services Providers’ Association (ISPA), which is a trade body that represents UK broadband ISPs and related comms providers, has today set out the key strategic priorities and actionable policies that it thinks the next UK Government will need to focus on in order to continue the work of “transforming the nation’s digital infrastructure”.


25th June, 2024 (10 Comments)

A new study from Cable.co.uk and M-Lab has used data gathered from 62 million UK internet-based speed tests, conducted between 1st July 2023 and 13th May 2024, to rank each of the country’s parliamentary constituencies by their average broadband ISP download performance. Overall, SNP constituencies were found to be the slowest, while Labour were the fastest.

speed metre broadband and mobile UK

24th June, 2024 (12 Comments)

Today we’re taking our usual biannual look back to see how the average UK broadband download and upload speeds have changed across the fastest nationally available fixed line ISPs, mobile operators and Starlink (satellite) since the end of 2023. Overall, broadband speeds have continued to improve, albeit not without some surprises.


19th June, 2024 (21 Comments)

Alternative network operator and ISP LightSpeed Broadband, which was last year acquired by Kompass Kapital (here) after suffering job cuts and a build slowdown in the East of England (here), has today relaunched itself with a new 2Gbps full fibre package, branding, home security solution and network expansion plans.


19th June, 2024 (0 Comments)

Energy and communications provider Telecom Plus, which trades as Utility Warehouse (UW), has just published their latest Full Year Results and revealed that their broadband ISP grew its total UK customer base to 374,792 (up by 20.67k in the year) and their mobile base hit 466,216 (up by 72k).

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