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The broadband factsheet was a document published by thinkbroadband quarterly between 2012 and 2014 to present UK boadband statistics. It is presented in an easy-to-understand graphical form.
We are currently not publishing new factsheets, however the old ones are provided here for reference. We may look to start re-publishing the information in a slightly different form.
The latest factsheet for Q1/2014 was published on 05/03/14 and is available for download:
|Edition||Key Topic||Date Published||Options|
|Q1/2014||The latest UK regional speeds showing fastest and slowest broadband areas||05/03/2014||download
|Q4/2013||Updates to market share of major broadband providers in UK||28/11/2013||download
|Q3/2013||UK regional broadband speeds and revised projection for UK wide average speed in 2015||10/09/2013||download
|Q2/2013||Latest market share changes and improved information or rural/urban digital divide||02/07/2013||download
|Q1/2013||Effect of the acquisition of O2/BE customers by BSkyB and projection of UK broadband speeds in 2015||08/03/2013||download
|Q4/2012||Projection of UK broadband speeds in 2015 and updated broadband market share||26/11/2012||download
|Q3/2012||Broadband speeds in rural and urban areas and what is possible with different speeds of broadband||01/10/2012||download|
|Q2/2012||First factsheet; Breakdown of BT Group, Virgin Media and TalkTalk markets||28/06/2012||download|
What does the factsheet include
Each edition of the factsheet will contain core statistics as well as a special feature (beginning from the second edition) on a particular topic of interest in the broadband scene.
- Highlights from broadband news in last quarter
- Broadband availability
- Average broadband speeds across regions
- Slowest and fastest parts of the UK
- Access to superfast broadband
- Current & historic market share of the largest broadband providers
- Data usage for common applications
We seek to include information on how broadband works or how the markets are regulated by Ofcom.
- Telephone exchanges & Markets (Market 1 / 2 / 3 / Kingston)
- Broadband Timeline
- Recent key developments in broadband