Broadband Suppliers Blog

New all-inclusive FTTP Broadband and phone pricing to be adopted by Hyperoptic

October 26th, 2016 by admin
The urban focused ISP, Hyperoptic, has announced that an all-inclusive pricing for broadband and line rental will be introduced. This is in pursuant to the all-inclusive pricing guidelines that the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has set and which will come into place by 31st October. Many of the other ISPs will also be updating their pricing before the deadline. The ASA and regulator Ofcom discovered in their research that consumers had difficulty in calculating the actual cost of a contr... Read More»

BT offers up to 5 SIMs on new cheaper Family SIM plan

October 22nd, 2016 by admin
A new and unique Family SIM plan which offers up to 5 SIMs for families on a single contract, has been launched by BT Mobile (tactually EE). The new SIM service targeted for multiple tablets and mobiles on a single contract, offers increasing discounts with every additional SIM taken into the new plan.The plan is offered with either 2Gb or 15GB data allowances per month. For standard users, who don't need data-heavyfunctions like watching streaming video on 4G, the 2 GB option is good enough. Ho... Read More»

Sky opens sign-up to Sky Mobile, to enter quad play market

October 21st, 2016 by admin
Sky is ready to launch its Sky Mobile service and will open pre-registration officially on 31st October. This will start for Sky the role of a so-called quad play provider, entering the market as an Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO), after agreeing on a deal to go piggyback on O2's network, which was signed nearly two year ago. Stephan van Rooyen, Sky's UK & Ireland CEO, announced the launch of the mobile service at the company's investor day. He was reported to have said that their cus... Read More»

Broadband Voucher Scheme for Businesses opened by West Sussex

October 18th, 2016 by admin
A scheme that mirrors the earlier Connection Voucher scheme of the UK government, is now opened by West Sussex (England) to help small and medium sized businesses in the county to upgrade to superfast broadband connections, capable of 30Mbps+. Applying for a voucher, offers them a subsidy of between £1,000 and and £3,000 for installation of the service. The new scheme intends to run up to 1st February of next year, but probably until funds dry up. The voucher applied for, provides capital fund... Read More»

Hyperoptic connects 1Gbps broadband to 77 Mayfair

October 17th, 2016 by admin
Hyperoptic, the ultrafast broadband provider, has connected the uber-posh residential development 77 Mayfair with its 1 Gbps service. The pure fibre provider generally installs this service in apartment buildings, but obviously 77 Mayfair is the latest that is the poshest development they have rolled out connectivity to. A lot of Central London is deprived of fibre-optic lines, as in the case of Oxford Street and Regent Street. So, the ultrafast service provided by Hyperoptic, rolled out to Mayf... Read More»
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