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First Utility offers home broadband service to all customers

March 25th, 2017 by admin
First Utility, UK's energy provider, has offered a broadband service to all customers. It says the launch to out-of-contract customers can unsettle the largest telecoms firms in UK. The company says 15 million households are paying over the odds for the service, as they're out of contract with their supplier, which the company is now targeting. The energy company is offering either standard ADSL or fibre broadband, but offering with no increase when the contract ends. First Utility is offering u... Read More»

Virgin Media will be offering 100Mbps broadband as standard

March 24th, 2017 by admin
The major cable broadband and TV operator, Virgin Media, will be soon offering 100Mbps as standard and also making available a 300Mbps service more widely available. The major communications provider while launching the new Virgin Fibre service, announced that their entry level package as faster than its rivals' top speeds. The TV provider also said the V6, their new TiVo box, will be included as standard in bundles like Mix, Fun and Full House. Those existing customers who will be getting spee... Read More»

Oxfordshire's rollout of fibre broadband extended to add 2,000 more premises

March 21st, 2017 by admin
The Better Broadband for Oxfordshire ,working with Openreach, has announced that an extra 2,000 premises will be added to their fibre broadband rollout project, thanks to the clawback clause in the original contract. The project is currently working to cover at least 95% of local premises by the end of 2017, capable of superfast speeds of 24Mbps+. The original contract has helped to reach 90% of local homes and businesses in Oxfordshire, via Openreach's superfast broadband network, using mainly ... Read More»

Plan to offer UK homes 10Gbps Fibre-optic Broadband by Optic Networks Ltd

March 18th, 2017 by admin
Optic Network Ltd is a new start-up company based in Bristol, which has plans to rollout a new fibre optic broadband network in UK, capable of delivering 10Mbps to homes. Under their tentative plans, they aim to serve owned high-rise multi-dwelling units and large areas of tenanted dwellings, by deploying a new 10 Gbps capable service, using XG-PON technology, across parts of 10 cities in UK, over a period of 5 years. They hope to gain a 30% penetration rate. The start up is being led by Bob Sno... Read More»

Finnieston to get 1Gbps FTTP as CityFibre's Business rollout in Glasgow expands

March 17th, 2017 by admin
Cityfibre is currently building a pure fibre-optic broadband and Ethernet network capable of ultrafast speeds in Glasgow. The provider announced it is expanding into the Finnieston area as many local business have expressed their interest in getting the pure fibre service. The demand-led rollout will be moving into areas of Finnieston, such as Sky Park, Sauchiehall Street and Bath Street, in the coming weeks. Businesses who have expressed an interest in getting connected will receive it through ... Read More»
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