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In a deal with the CityFibre directors are apparently describing as fair and reasonable with a recommendation to existing shareholders to accept the deal a consortium looks set to acquire CityFibre.
The work for the annual ISPA Awards starts back in December and with just over two months to the final awards ceremony on 12th July the shortlist of 67 nominees has been published for what is set to be a very special 20th anniversary set of awards.
We look at not just the speed test results to find the best places for broadband in the UK but are is this article ranking councils based on what speed we could see if the best services were purchased by everyone. As a bonus we also tell you about the ten..
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%.
The list of areas that will see the Vodafone full fibre service rolled out to them has increased from three to seven which gives a potential footprint of half a million premises.
It is time once more for our monthly round-up of the difference between a speed test using a single download data source and one using multiple and how different providers are performing.
The last quarters results for Sky has been released but beyond a 4% increase in revenue for the UK and Ireland and improved EBITDA there is little to mention broadband wise.
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.