News Archive - August 2010

Previous news from our archive for August 2010.
Wednesday, August 25th 2010
Telecoms giant BT has said its advert proclaiming "consistently faster broadband" was not meant to be misleading. BT has expressed disappointment over the Advertising Standards Authority's (ASA's) decision ...
Tuesday, August 24th 2010
There is just one week remaining on the PlusNet three months free broadband deal. Consumers have until the end of the month to sign up for three months of free home broadband courtes...
Tuesday, August 24th 2010
East Midlands Trains will launch Wi-Fi on its London train services. A leading train operator is rolling out wireless broadband services across a number of its routes.Ea...
Monday, August 23rd 2010
Clive Dorsman of TalkTalk has given further details on the provider's anti-malware scheme. Broadband provider TalkTalk has issued additional clarification on the development of its forthcomin...
Monday, August 23rd 2010
Telecoms provider BT has launched a new discount promotion on its fibre optic broadband. BT has slashed the price of its bundle deal of super-fast fibre optic cable broadband and home phone...
Monday, August 23rd 2010
A mobile broadband dongle attached to a pole has allowed one businessman to access the web at high speeds. A Lincolnshire businessman has found a unique way of making the most of his mobile broadband connect...
Friday, August 20th 2010
A new study has found that the number of fixed-line broadband subscriptions rose ten per cent year-on-year in the second quarter. The global number of fixed-line broadband subscriptions has been on the rise for the past year.In th...
Friday, August 20th 2010
Broadband provider TalkTalk has said there is "a long way to go" until the whole of the UK gets access to the internet. TalkTalk has stated that the government is still a long way from achieving its goal of getting every...
Friday, August 20th 2010
The villages of Hatt and Higher Pill have been given access to download speeds of up to 40Mb/s. All residents of two Cornish villages have been given access to high-speed broadband thanks to a new...
Thursday, August 19th 2010
Regulator Ofcom has revealed that broadband take-up in urban Wales stands at 62 per cent, compared with 69 per cent in rural areas. Consumers in rural Wales are more likely to have access to broadband than their counterparts in urba...
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