BT trials vectoring to boost line speeds, live on networks

The first trials by Openreach of the new Vectoring technology- VDSL2, are being run through their national telecoms networks. This technology is capable of boosting up existing speeds (now up to 80Mbps) on the hybrid fibre lines of the FTTC superfast broadband network. The fibre-optic cable reaches the street cabinets, from which the VDSL2 technology […]

EE tops most complaints list for fourth quarter in a row

Based on Ofcom’s statistical report, EE tops the list for getting the most number of complaints that are related to broadband provider service in the UK for the fourth quarter in a row. This is despite having improved customer relations over the year, it is reported. The statistical report revealed that the complaints received by […]

BT’s FTTP on Demand service from 18 more exchanges soon

BT’s ultra fast FTTP on Demand service will open from 18 more exchanges before the end of this month (September). According to Openreach, the service will go live at some of the exchanges such as Devon, Cornwall and Wales with download speed of upto 330Mbps. List of exchanges that will be upgraded are Bangor (North […]

Eclipse Internet plans expansion with new investment infused

Eclipse Internet is a communications provider, which is part of the KCOM Group and is planning to double its business in UK. Apparently the parent company has infused in a few million pounds in additional investment, which will help the company in expanding their connectivity, communication and cloud services. They have a staff of over […]

Indicative map of Essex BDUK super fast broadband rollout published

An indicative map of the BDUK rollout of the £25 million super fast Essex project has been published. The project aims to cover 87% of the premises with BT’s fibre broadband before the end of the summer 2016. The map of the intervention area published recently has more details and descriptions of the expected rollout […]

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