BT cuts prices of Infinity, standard packages in January sale

BT has its own new year offer, as customers joining this January and February of 2014, will get reduced charges on its Infinity or Standard broadband packages, claimed to be the lowest ever. BT has announced that its customers starting in January of the new year, on superfast fibre broadband are offered a deal for […]

Study shows people prefer quality broadband over HS2 or new airports

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has conducted a new survey and found that British citizens saw better economic benefit in supefast broadband coverage in UK, than other things, like from new airports, high-speed trains or nuclear power-plants. The survey covered more than 2,000 people, between ages of 16 and 75. It has been […]

Sky acquires stake of Jaunt, a video capture and display firm

Sky has recently acquired a stake of a Californian company, Jaunt that specialises in video capture and display. An equity investment of £214,000 has been made with this company. The announcement was made after Sky decided to invest in online video businesses with the partnership of 8 million USD with Luminari Capital. Sky has also […]

St. Kew residents petition for superfast broadband service upgrade

Residents of St. Kew, Trequite and adjoining places are unable to get superfast broadband from the Superfast Cornwall Programme, in their area. Therefore, the residents here have started a petition in a bid to bring fibre broadband connectivity to their areas, calling upon Superfast Cornwall to bring the benefits of high-speed connectivity to local businesses […]

Customers’ rate marks EE as the worst mobile network 2013

EE has been rated as the worst mobile network for the year 2013 although the provider has been promoting 4G service throughout this year. 160 towns and cities were rolled out with 4G service. But customers seemed to be least satisfied with this thus bringing the approval rating fall four fold lower. Based on a […]

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