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ISPA Awards 2013 Winners
Friday 12 July 2013 02:02:23 by Andrew Ferguson

The annual Internet Service Provider Association (ISPA) awards have now announced the winners in all the categories for the 15th year in succession. The ceremony took place at the Park Lane, Sheraton Hotel where those attending were entertained by comedian Sean Collins and music by Family Funk.

The Internet Hero was awarded to Dr Julian Huppert MP and the much cherished Internet Villain award went to the Prime Minister of Turkey this year.

Award Winner
Best Superfast Broadband Hyperoptic
Best Consumer Fixed Broadband Sky
Best Business Fixed Broadband Entanet
Best Fixed Wireless VFast
Best Large Business Hosting Fluidata
Best SME Business Hosting Storm Internet
Best Internet Telephony Teleappliant
Best Consumer Customer Service Plusnet
Best Business Customer Service Catalyst2
Managed Service Innovation Media Service Provider
Internet Safety & Security KC
Digital Inclusion Award myLovelyParent
Customer Choice Award Catalyst2


Posted by locutus over 4 years ago
Well done Hyperoptic!
Posted by ryant704 over 4 years ago
locutus I'm not surprised, not sure why others will be as well. The service they offer is to a very high CONSISTENT standard.

If I was BT I would be slightly (ignore Plusnet) annoyed but I suppose they won't care until their profits take a hit.
Posted by george1976 over 4 years ago
Virgin Media must be in there....somewhere...:)
Posted by andrew (Favicon staff member) over 4 years ago
Hard to be in the running if you don't enter
Posted by bartman007 over 4 years ago
They have nothing to enter with, you have to have something that you can boast about, VM has nothing now to offer.
Posted by GMAN99 over 4 years ago
@ryant704 , being the largest ISP with the most customers probably means more to them that the ISPA awards ;)
Posted by ryant704 over 4 years ago
As I stated GMAN just in different words :)

andrew was that directed at me or george? :)
Posted by GMAN99 over 4 years ago
I wonder when Hyper will announce which cities they rolling out to next
Posted by zyborg47 over 4 years ago
so glad Bt and Talk Talk is not in that lot and well done to Hyperoptic, they just need to expand
Posted by tommy45 over 4 years ago
USPA awards like others don't provide a full or true picture of which provider is good or not, as it's a case of how big their wallets are,and not based on customer experiences

As for hyperoptic, they may well be able to supply a 1GBPS product, but they can't supply that to the masses on a national scale
Posted by Hyperoptic over 4 years ago
We are working on that tommy45!
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