Posts Tagged ‘broadband’

Broadband Blackspots in UK

According to a recent article in ZNet, one in 10 British neighbourhoods gets broadband speeds below three megabits per second, despite the UK’s push for super-fast connections. This was the outcome of a survey recently concluded by The survey, based on 1.68 million broadband speed tests conducted by business and residential broadband users, looked […]


Ofcom Tells BT Openreach to Cut Wholesale Prices

I came across this BBC News Technology article recently and thought “what good news”, and timely. It will be if  BT do as it is told. BT Group will have to cut the prices it charges internet providers and others who sell on services using its lines, Ofcom says. The telecoms regulator wants the cost […]


Third of UK postcodes’ have slow broadband speeds

Average Speeds A third of homes in the UK have broadband speeds well below the national average, according to research from price comparison site uSwitch. While half of addresses get broadband speeds of 6.7Mbps or above, a third struggle to get speeds above 5Mbps, 1.7m speed tests found. The East Sussex village of Winchelsea was […]


Superfast broadband to be investigated by House of Lords

The House of Lords will investigate the UK’s aim of introducing superfast broadband to more areas of the country. It is expected that the House of Lords Communications Committee’s action will assess the government’s proposals to have the best broadband network in Europe by 2015, in order to highlight any possible areas of improvement. The […]


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