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Our regular look at the performance of the broadband services and how peak and off-peak performance differs has expanded again this month. There is just enough data to start sharing the results for Three in addition to EE mobile customers that first featured a month.
The finalising of the deal by Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA) to buy KCOM has been done and the statements issued suggest there may be an expansion underway.
Full fibre provider Hyperoptic is bringing a welcome upgrade to those on its original 20 and 30 Mbps tiers with an upgrade to a new 50 Mbps download and 5 Mbps upload tier.
At some point most people will have experienced the pain of a large venue with 1000's of people and useless Wi-Fi, the latest boost to UK broadband is a fund to help conference centres and hotels boost their broadband and subsequently the Wi-Fi coverage.
The G.fast roll-out continues as we have found another 14 exchange areas where at least 1 pod is active and taking orders.
Three via the Relish brand is no stranger to delivering broadband as a replacement for fixed line broadband but with the launch of its 5G network in London ultrafast speeds are now a reality if you live in the right area.
The R100 project in Scotland is still all talk but the existing Digital Scotland contract with BT looks set to deliver further coverage with news of money being re-invested and to deliver mostly FTTP.
A new bundle from Vodafone not really a first since you've been able to buy the two individual products for a while but it does make buying them as a bundle for new customers a bit simpler.
Another round figure barrier has been busted in the full fibre roll-out by CityFibre that is currently exclusively sold by Vodafone under the Gigafast umbrella.