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17 December, 2009 - 4:56 AM
The director of Eclipse Internet , Clodagh Murphy , has warned that the government’s proposed £0.50 +vat per month tax on all fixed phone lines, which will help to fund the rollout of next generation broadband services, could risk forcing those who have not yet adopted broadband to "cease their landline and only use mobile technology."

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17 December, 2009 - 3:22 AM
This is just a quick general notice to inform visitors that ISPreview’s editor, Mark Jackson, will be taking a few days vacation until early next week. During this period there will still be some news updates and website maintenance, though it may be difficult to retrieve and respond to emails. Naturally Christmas week is a slow period anyway so we do not expect much disruption.

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16 December, 2009 - 11:42 AM
ISP Vtesse Networks has announced plans to deploy a super-fast fixed wireless broadband trial in rural Wiltshire. The first community to be served will be Chapel Plaister, a "Final Third" hamlet near Corsham. Further communities in the area may be added as the trial progresses.

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16 December, 2009 - 11:18 AM
UK television Channel 4 and broadband ISP TalkTalk ( AOL , Tiscali etc. ) have both joined Project Canvas, which aims to create a standards based open environment for broadband connected digital television (DTV) receivers. The project was started by the BBC, ITV, BT and will also allow IPTV services, such as the BBC's iPlayer, to be viewed via TV sets.

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16 December, 2009 - 7:05 AM
Analyst firm Point Topic UK has released its latest World Broadband Statistics Report for the third quarter of 2009, highlighting a worldwide growth in broadband ISP subscribers of 3.18% between Q3 and Q2. This represents a decrease in broadband growth over the same period last year, when it grew by 4.15%. There are now 451.94 million broadband subscribers globally.

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15 December, 2009 - 11:16 AM
Ofcom has published several new reports today that chart the different methods of deploying fibre optic broadband ISP services in the UK and their respective market impacts. The reports place a great deal of focus on BT, IFNL and i3 Group and their use of Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON) technology for UK 100Mbps FTTH / P deployments.

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15 December, 2009 - 1:44 AM
Hull-based ISP Karoo (KCOM, Kingston Communications), which predominantly covers East Yorkshire in the UK, has issued a new update on the developments following its recent £2.75m investment to improve the performance of their broadband network in the East Yorkshire region.

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14 December, 2009 - 11:23 AM
Two members of the House of Lords - Lord Corbett of Castle Vale and Lord Erroll - have blasted the "buck passing" of customer fault reports between ISPs and BT, the misleading state of broadband speed advertising and the inability to ensure a minimum quality of service for the government’s commitment to a 2Mbps minimum UK broadband speed by 2012.

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