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A ack of sunscreen may have led to Sky embarking on a summer sale or it might just be the wave of offers from other providers - you decide.
With the wave of offers on fibre (VDSL2/FTTC) currently if you have the option now looks like a good time to upgrade from ADSL2+, as TalkTalk are the latest to reduce pricing to £25 per month.
Full fibre is the future and the Openreach GEA-FTTP footprint is growing and it seems as part of this they are to run a 12 month special offer to encourage providers to sell the new 330 Mbps download with 50 Mbps product.
EE has a sale on its fixed line broadband services that ends on Monday 21st August.
The Vodafone Home Broadband options have generally been priced at the lower end but have generally not had the most enticing offers and now a range of gift options with a maximum RRP of £199 for those joining their ADSL2+ and VDSL2 services.
Openreach has announced that it is expanding its G.fast roll-out to 500,000 premises now and 1 million by the end of the year.
Summer madness has struck with a wave of sales across a number of providers, though generally the savings fit into the normal range of variations from month to month.
Free Wi-Fi in public places is increasingly being used as a draw to different areas and with talk of ultrafast Wi-Fi speeds
A little later than usual in the month this time but we can now share the results of how the major providers have performed at peak time during July. The volume of other analysis we have been doing and fact checking of other announcements has delayed the ..