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15th ISPA Awards shortlist announced
Sunday 19 May 2013 12:08:52 by Andrew Ferguson

Yes it is almost July again, which means it is the time of the year when the Internet industry gets dressed up and is locked into a room until they find out whether their hard work for the year has won them an award. The 15th ISPA Awards will be held at the Park Lane Sheraton Hotel in London on the 11th July and ISPA has now released the shortlists for the various categories.

To be shortlisted means that in the technical categories the entrant has made it through the technical testing phases, which thinkbroadband run for the broadband and hosting categories with Malden Electronics testing for the Internet Telephony category. The Customer Choice award is determined by public vote with voting in that category now closed.

The 15th ISPAs shortlist
Best Superfast Broadband Best Consumer Fixed Broadband
FastNet Hyperoptic
Hyperoptic Origin Broadband
KC Plusnet
Plusnet Sky Broadband
Zen Internet Spectrum Internet
Best Business Fixed Broadband Best Fixed Wireless
Cerberus Networks LN Communications
Entanet Business Kijoma Broadband
KC Metronet (UK)
Plusnet VFast Home
Urban Wimax  
Best Large Business Hosting Best SME Business Hosting
4D Data Centres 4D Data Centres
Datapipe Datanet
FastNet Macace
FidoNet Storm Internet
Fluidata StratoGen
Stratogen Virtual Internet
Best Internet Telephony Best Consumer Customer Service
Gradwell Catalyst2
Telappliant Hyperoptic
Timico KC
VoIPfone Macace
Zen Internet Plusnet
  Spectrum Internet
Best Business Customer Service Managed Service Innovation
Catalys2 EuropaCom
Datanet Media Service Provider
ExaNetworks Memset
Fastnet Timico
Timico Virtual Internet
Internet Safety & Security Digital Inclusion Award
Exa Netowks FinerDay
Internet Watch Foundation KC
KC myLovelyParent
South West Grid for Learning (Online Compass Tool) Southern Housing Group
TwoTen Supporting Communities
Virtual Piggy WEA
Customer Choice Award  
Zen Internet  

There are two more categories, where the final shortlist has not been finalised yet, and that is the Internet Hero and Internet Villain categories. To nominate in either of these two categories tweet @ISPAUK with the #ISPAs hashtag, or email your suggestion to making it clear which of the categories you are nominating for. The deadline for nominations is Friday 31st May 2013. The decision on who deserves to win in their categories is down to the ISPA Council.


Posted by 21again over 3 years ago
> The Customer Choice award is determined by public vote.

Where do the "public" go to vote, on-line I expect :p
Posted by andrew (Favicon staff member) over 3 years ago

We mentioned it a few times, tweeted it etc, as did other outlets.
Posted by 21again over 3 years ago
Thanks Andrew.
Must have missed that News item earlier in the year somehow :(

"This survey is not accepting additional responses at this time. Thank You!"

The survey doesn't seem to want any more votes - guess they must have enough from the "public" and need the next seven weeks to count them all :p
Posted by andrew (Favicon staff member) over 3 years ago
As the Customer Choice carries a prize of attending event, it closes early enough to allow vote counting, and contact winner etc.
Posted by vit0 over 3 years ago
This has to be a fiddle, HyperOptic nominated in 4 categories?! Their customer base is tiny!
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