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We don't say this lightly and if it was before midday on 1st April we would be thinking this was an April Fool rather than Fake News but BroadbandChoices is claiming West Dunbartonshire is the worst area in the UK for superfast broadband at 11%.
Community Fibre has increased its £20/m residential services from 20 Mbps download with 1 Mbps upload to a symmetric 40 Mbps and also increased its mid-tier package to 200 Mbps.
AAISP is perhaps best known for its persistence at getting broadband problems fixed and a key part of their success has been their network devices and a new model of Firebrick has been added to the range.
The million premises milestone for alt-net full fibre is rapidly approaching according to the latest figures from INCA and Point Topic.
With just over a month to go before the new ASA rules on adverts requiring the peak time speed between 8pm to 10pm we are sharing our data the speeds we have seen from broadband speed tests in Q1 2018 within that time period of each day.
The Scottish Government has announced great headline of 95% fibre coverage has been verified but it needs to be highlighted that the superfast figure is only 92.7%.
How the USO will work or what level of funding industry will contribute is yet to be decided but Fergus Ewing the rural economy secretary in Scotland says it will be grossly unfair if Scotland is excluded while having to contribute.
In the next week or two we can expect the big PLC providers to release their last quarters results and while at one time there used to be lots of juicy figures on broadband a lot of this information has vanished. Into this void we can reveal how popular w..