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A survey by Which magazine on problems with broadband ISPs

November 5th, 2018 by admin
There was a survey conducted by the Which? a consumer magazine during July 2018. They had surveyed from 7026 customers about broadband services of top 12 UK home broadband ISPs. The result of the survey revealed that Virgin Media was the most problems experienced service provider in their services whereas Zen Internet customers were with less issues. The most common reasons for such problems from all the service providers were the slow broadband speeds, price increase, router issues and connect... Read More»

O2 plans for mobile upgrade in rural communities worth upto £45m

November 4th, 2018 by admin
One of the leading mobile operators O2 has informed that they will make investment further in expanding their 4 mobile network to cover extra 339 rural communities in the UK by the end of this year and it may benefit around 2.5 lakhs residents in the areas. The areas that may get benefited include from Drumoak to Lizard. O2 also did and released an independent research study from Development Economics to find out the prospective economic impact of 4G on businesses in rural areas. As per the res... Read More»

Government plans for investment boost of £250m for full fibre broadband

November 2nd, 2018 by admin
Philip Hammond, the Chancellor of UK Government, has informed that they are planning for an investment of minimum of £250m to extend Gigabit based full fibre broadband network in the UK. Though there is no full details, it may be a part of existing Local Full Fibre Network challenge Fund of £200 million. Basically this fund is aiming on testing various approaches in bringing commercial investment in gigabit capable broadband network. This additional investment plan will be expected to target o... Read More»

1000 Mbps FTTH network in 50% of social housing in Wandsworth

October 31st, 2018 by admin
Margon James MP, Minister for Digital has announced that they have appreciated the ISP Community Fibre for successfully having completed 1000 Mbps FTTH network in 50% of the social housing in Wandsworth. Wandsworth is the first city in London to get such a network. In the beginning of this year, the ISP has informed that they had deployed to 10000 premises in the London borough of Wandsworth and yet to complete another 25000 premises totalling to 35,000. But the current update does not tell ab... Read More»

Nextgenaccess's 10 Gbps fibre link between Bristol and Newport with £22m fund

October 30th, 2018 by admin
Herdfordshire based network builder Nextgenaccess are the experts in developing ultrafast wholesale & custom fibre broadband in England and Wales that enable businesses of all sizes to get the benefits of cloud based services, mobility and unified communications with their high speed next generation products. Nextgenaccess has recently secured £22 million as investment from UK Government supported National Digital Infrastructure Fund and the builder will build fibre optic link of 80 km bet... Read More»
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