One fifth of UK voters say Broadband policy could influence their voting

There’s an election campaign going on in the UK and broadband policy of political parties involved could influence the voting of people, according to a survey. A survey conducted by Cable.co.uk, found almost one out of five people, of the 2,500 in the survey, say that broadband policy can influence how they vote. The survey […]

EE launches own-brand 4G smatphones with WiFi Calling

EE which is UK’s largest mobile network has announced the launch of its latest own-brand Android smartphones in two models, that are 4G ready and supports its new WiFi Calling feature. Both the handsets, the Harrier model and Harrier Mini model, will be available very soon. The devices will run on the Android Lollipop OS […]

Hampshire superfast broadband rolled out to 54,000 premises

The first phase of Hampshire’s superfast broadband roll-out has achieved its target to cover more than 54,000 premises by the end of 2014 (Financial Year). Homes and businesses reached by the county’s Superfast Broadband programme allows users to get speeds from 24 to 76Mbps. According to the organisers a total of 47 street cabinets during […]

Work on demand-led Ultrafast Aberdeen CORE network underway

Work is under-way on the Aberdeen CORE network, the dedicated state-of-the-art pure fibre that can provide some of the fastest connectivity, to access the internet, in the world. Big names from the Aberdeen business community have thrown in their support to the service provider Internet For Business (IFB), as over 250 businesses spread over the […]

BT plans third trial of 500Mb G.fast in Swansea

BT’s plans for a nation-wide ultra-fast broadband service are moving ahead, as the telecoms giant announced plans to conduct a third trial of the 500Mb G.fast broadband technology in Swansea. BT has committed pilot runs, as part of its commercial roll-out, in Gosforth (New castle) and Huntingdon (Cambridgeshire), each of these involving 2,000 premises. Now […]

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