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Scottish telecoms provider TenTel secures £500,000 loan from bank

August 29th, 2016 by admin
TenTel the independent Scottish telecoms provider has secured loan funding to the tune of £500,000 from Barclays Bank. This Edinburgh registered company that was started in 1913, has secured the funding to support a growth push. It would invest in in staff and IT services, to keep pace with the growth and demand of its service, according to its finance director, Dniel Halliday. TenTel's services include providing phone, broadband and TV packages, specialised in the private rented sector. Barcla... Read More»

Government's BDUK initiative helped rollout superfast broadband to over 4 million premises

August 26th, 2016 by admin
According to a new report of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), the government's broadband rollout has made superfast speeds available to more than 4 million premises. The latest Broadband Performance Indicator has reported that by the end of June this year, some 4,021,047 businesses and households have got access to superfast broadband. Areas not covered by commercial rollouts of the regular providers are being provided superfast connectivity through the Broadband Delivery UK (... Read More»

Local businesses offered Cityfibre's Gigabit fibre network service

August 25th, 2016 by admin
The pure fibre ISP, Cityfibre, has offered their existing ultrafast Gigabit capable fibre optic network, running to 62km long, to local businesses in Hull, East Yorkshire. Cityfibre began building the fibre-optic network in 2014, across Hull, as part of a long term deal to supply mobile operators Three UK and EE with capacity and since then they have also signed deals to supply operators like MS3, Pure Broadband and Connexin. Therefore, it's no surprise that in partnership with Pure Broadband, t... Read More»

Wessex Internet's rollout in England covers 119 villages

August 24th, 2016 by admin
The ISP Wessex Internet has now covered 119 villages across rural areas of East Somerset, South Wiltshire and North Dorset, in England. The ISP is an alternative network provider, using a mix of fixed wireless and fibre-optic based superfast broadband network to connect mostly rural parts. The network provider is now working on expanding its network coverage over the North Cheriton village. At the same time the ISP us mulling overt the possibility of extending coverage to Penselwood, Redlynch, L... Read More»

South Westmorland to get 1Gbps broadband as B4SW start work

August 22nd, 2016 by admin
The Broadband for South Westmorland project has begun work with local volunteers to rollout the planned 1Gbps capable broadband line to connect the rural parts of Old Hutton & Holescales, Preston Patrick and New Hutton, all communities in Cumbria. The FTTP/H network aims to connect 500 local businesses and households here, to benefit these communities. Some 300 premises of the area have already expressed interest in the service. It will typically cost a monthly £30, plus the one-off £150 i... Read More»
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