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Lots of people living and working in Royal Leamington Spa now have a G.fast broadband option, with maximum speeds of 350 Mbps down and 50 Mbps up and the minimum download speed is 100 Mbps.
The spotting of more G.fast pods is an almost daily affair, but two of the larger deployments spotted this week are in Alum Rock area of Birmingham and Milton Keynes.
A new website has been launched by Ofcom and Which? in an attempt to get more people to upgrade to the faster broadband options which in some cases can be cheaper than what they pay now.
Yes, we are telling you all that this week is not a good time to order a migration between two broadband providers.
Balquhidder near Loch Voil is the latest full fibre provider on our broadband maps, a community broadband project serving premises in parts of the Loch Lomand and Trossachs National Park.
We had been aware a new Ofcom campaign was coming after emails asking for sites like ourselves to promote the material and we raised some concerns at the time, we were re-assured but some of those worries have played out.
The political ambition is for half the UK to have access to full fibre by 2025 and this building to continue until 100% coverage is reached in 2033. Ofcom has now started consulting on how should define the different areas of the UK and what sort of regul..
A few thousand full fibre premises have been found in two towns in Northern Ireland.