Openreach has selected ADTRAN’s SDX Series of OLTs and Mosaic Cloud Platform to help it achieve its ambition of making gigabit and multi-gigabit services available to 20 million homes by the mid-to-late 2020s with its Full Fibre network.
Ofcom’s Home Broadband Performance Report has revealed how broadband speeds changed before and after the COVID-19 lockdown measures came in – when there was a surge in broadband use.
Delivering gigabit connectivity to every corner of Britain could provide more than a £50bn economic boost in the next five years, according to a new report by Assembly Research.
From early March more than a million homes in the West Midlands will gain access to Virgin Media's Gig1 Fibre broadband packages, adding 50 per cent to the reach of the service (currently 2m users) in one go.
Phone, broadband and pay-TV customers must be warned when their current contract is ending, and what they could save by signing up to a new deal, under Ofcom rules coming into force tomorrow (15 February).
Vodafone UK has launched its Gigafast Full Fibre Broadband service in Cambridge, bringing residents and small businesses access to speeds of up to 900 Mbps.
As 2019 ends, you cannot escape how much carriers have raced out their 5G network go-lives with everyone wanting to claim a 5G first from first 5G village to 5G city to 5G shopping centre. But, let’s be honest that all this techno sound and fury is a game of retaining and winning those super-nerd customers.
Vodafone has signed a deal with BT to use its network to offer full fibre broadband service to up to half a million customers in three British cities.
Vodafone has launched the UK’s first 5G mobile and broadband bundle, Vodafone Together. Customers can combine unlimited mobile data and home broadband for £43 a month, with no extra charge for 5G.
Watch Communications and Microsoft have announced an agreement aimed at closing the broadband gap, and the rural digital divide in particular, in the states of Indiana, Ohio and Illinois.
EE has launched its 5G mobile broadband plans, making it the first UK carrier to do so. The company isn't pitching its latest 5G offering as a replacement for home broadband but that is likely due to the fact that 5G availability is limited at the moment.