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With both Openreach looking to withdraw WLR voice service by 2025 and Virgin Media doing the same and instead deliver voice services over broadband Ofcom has issued a document that outlines some of the policy implications.
The choice of retailers for the Openreach FTTP services is somewhat limited but there is a choice beyond BT for those that look beyond the TV adverts.
Squeezing more fibres into an ever smaller space and making it easier to fusion splice large numbers of fibres is key to rolling out in dense urban areas and Openreach is testing a new cable from Fujikura in Leeds.
Ofcom regulates the broadband market amongst many other takes and the Internet Services Providers' Association is highlighting some areas that it feels need changing. We also add some figures on the levels of broadband coverage for business users in ..
We warned that Sky was getting ready to increase its out of contract pricing recently and now we can reveal the price changes.
A 5G trial has delivered a wireless service to the village of Llanddewi Rhydderch in Monmouthshire that otherwise only had fixed line speeds of zero to 1 Mbps.
The Fibre First roll-out from Openreach has involved a lot of press releases and just a couple of exchanges with obvious live networks but in the last few days this has expanded to some 20 exchanges.
The wave of FTTP news means our monthly figures on how the different big name providers are delivering in terms of speeds has been delayed, but we can now reveal how different providers performed in January 2019.
Explaining the nature of a FTTP roll-out to the leader of the Liberal Democrats may not seem a that important to some, but Sir Vince Cable is the Constituency MP for Twickenham which is the area of some of the Fibre First roll-out so understanding the cha..