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The delivery of full fibre is seen as critical to keeping the UK at the forefront of the digital economy hence the number of times its mentioned by Ministers, Ofcom and providers and today a key milestone has been reached.
The headline from Ofcom is that new rules could cut the cost of laying full fibre to the home from £500 per premises to £250, additionally new targets for Openreach on performance and firmer pricing for the 40/10 GEA-FTTC service.
Those existing Sky customers affected by the latest round price rises should have already or will shortly receive their notification of any changes that will mean an increase in what you pay.
The differences in performance between our single and multiple thread tests that should highlight many issues affecting the download speed broadband connection for the first month of 2018.
North Yorkshire has signed its phase three contract with BT that will see some 14,329 premises gain the option to order a 30 Mbps and faster service for the first time.
We have crunched the numbers from the many millions of speed tests we see and can now share what the public are seeing in terms of broadband speeds during the peak times at night.
Aberdeen is number two on the Vodafone/CityFibre FTTP roll-out schedule as CityFibre announces they are getting on with building Gigabit Britain and are working at full speed already.
The offers on BT Broadband follow a weekly up and for once the high value reward cards coincide with low one-off fees and lower prices.
Virgin Media has published its latest financial results which also reveal that they plan to increase the top consumer speed from 300 Mbps to 350 Mbps from Spring 2018.