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Torbay businesses quizzed on how they use cable broadband

Wednesday, March 9th 2011

Businesses operating in Torbay have been quizzed on how they would use a cable broadband connection if one were available in the area. Experts from the Local Enterprise Partnership in Plymouth, Devon and Somerset are looking at...

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Lack of high-speed broadband may affect Scottish tourism

Tuesday, March 8th 2011

A lack of high-speed cable broadband access could hamper the rollout of a new tourism website for Scotland. That is according to chief executive of the Scottish Tourism Forum, Iain Herbert, who said mobile connectivity and...

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Fibre broadband available to 15% of population

Monday, March 7th 2011

Approximately 15 per cent of the British population are able to make use of fibre broadband services at the moment. An article by Independent columnist Chiara Cavaglieri explained the superfast broadband service makes use of...

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Unhappy consumers urged to switch broadband providers

Friday, March 4th 2011

Customers who are unhappy with their cable broadband provider should consider switching. That is the advice from consumer watchdog Which? after it found some people were not satisfied with their existing connection. "It...

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Pury Hill Business Park launches fibre broadband connection for clients

Thursday, March 3rd 2011

A high-speed fibre broadband connection has been made available to clients operating out of Pury Hill Business Park in Northamptonshire. The owners of the site have installed a 1Gbps cable from which companies can rent capacity...

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FTTC broadband could be in the pipeline for Ewhurst and Cranleigh

Wednesday, March 2nd 2011

Residents of Ewhurst and Cranleigh in Surrey could be in line for BT Openreach fibre broadband if plans to introduce fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) resources go ahead. Campaigners for faster internet access in the area have stated...

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BT requests planning permission for Twyford broadband rollout

Tuesday, March 1st 2011

Businesses and residents in Twyford could be set to benefit from improved broadband access, as one provider has submitted an application for a rollout. BT Openreach has lodged plans with Wokingham Borough Council that outline...

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Big Society could see more communities equipped with fibre broadband

Monday, February 28th 2011

Super-fast fibre broadband could be on its way to more UK communities as a result of the Conservative-Liberal Democrat government's Big Society initiative. That is according to Malcolm Corbett, chief executive officer of the...

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Virgin Media 100Mbps broadband launch praised by Bosworth MP

Friday, February 25th 2011

Virgin Media's decision to bring 100Mbps fibre optic broadband to the town of Hinckley has been welcomed by the MP for Bosworth. David Tredinnick said the move is "very good news" for residents and businesses in the...

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Eclipse Internet launches fibre broadband coverage map

Thursday, February 24th 2011

Eclipse Internet has launched a map designed to show current and future levels of fibre optic broadband coverage across the UK. The display illustrates home phone exchanges that are already able to access the technology, as well...

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