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Winners of 2015 ISPA Awards announced
Thursday 02 July 2015 22:58:37 by Andrew Ferguson

The 2015 ISPA Award winners have finally been announced after the original process to select the winners started in December 2014. The awards dinner was held at The Brewery London, close to TechHub in Shoreditch.

The awards ceremony is the result of 8 months work which started in December 2014 with providers putting themselves forward, several months of technical testing in a number of categories and a judging panel selecting the eventual winner from short lists. Every year there are complaints about some providers never been mentioned and it is very much a case of you have to be in it to win it, so if you feel your provider should have been there make sure they step forward when the registration for the 2016 awards opens.

20th Anniversary Recognition Award

John Souter, CEO of LINX

Internet Hero

David Davis & Tom Watson MP

Internet Villain

Home Secretary, Rt. Hon. Theresa May MP

Best Superfast Broadband


Best Consumer Fixed Broadband


Best SME Broadband


Best Enterprise Broadband

Bridge Fibre

Best Wireless


Best Shared Hosting

Heart Internet

Best Dedicated Hosting


Best VoIP


Best Consumer Customer Service


Best Business Customer Service


Best Business Use of Cloud

Storm Internet

Best Use of Digital


Safety Award


Security Award


Customer Choice Award




Posted by otester about 1 year ago
Entanet doesn't deserve its place, when the copyright trolls were loose, they profited from it (sold info to the trolls).
Posted by embarkell about 1 year ago
It makes me wonder about the direction the ISPA's are going when I see Hyperoptic winning the 2 key awards. Now don't get me wrong, they're an amazing company but their reach is limited and there's no comparison to the traditional providers. Hyperoptic are clearly the golden kids of the ISPA team, they've done well for many years, but is there value in representing them in this way? I'm not convinced.
Posted by embarkell about 1 year ago

It looks like the ISPA's now represent only the niche or specialist providers and the service the majority of consumers have access to in our daily lives doesn't get a mention. And Enta as best SME provider? Honestly? These awards used to mean something to me but I fear that they are no longer representative of the industry.
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