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BT broadband vs EE broadband

Friday, November 14th 2014

EE is a relative newcomer compared to the well-established BT. Both providers offer a range of broadband packages, but of the two, which provider has the best broadband service? To...

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BT 999 tech pinpoints caller location to within 30 metres

Monday, November 10th 2014

AML (Advanced Mobile Location), the product of a collaboration between BT, EE and HTC, can pinpoint the source of an emergency services call to a radius of 30 metres or less – 400 times more...

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Government position on rural broadband is 'nonsense'

Thursday, November 6th 2014

Mark Collins, director of strategy and public affairs at CityFibre, said the Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK) rural broadband programme wasn’t ambitious enough and was only ever going to end in BT...

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Innovation won't solve rural fibre broadband difficulties

Monday, November 3rd 2014

Ranulf Scarbrough, Superfast Cornwall Programme Director for BT, said 92% of premises in the area are now connected, with the project on track to beat its current 95% target. Mr Scarbrough told...

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Government is investing in dead-end broadband solutions

Monday, November 3rd 2014

The Japanese technology company pulled out of a procurement process for government funding to deliver fast broadband to rural areas last year. The funds were subsequently awarded to the sole bidder...

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G.fast ultrafast copper great for BT, bad for competition

Monday, November 3rd 2014

Craig Thomas, from telecoms equipment provider Calix, said the much-heralded technology could theoretically provide fantastic speeds but it will be difficult for competitors to current...

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Deaf charity delighted by 'long overdue' BT voice-to-text app

Thursday, October 30th 2014

Susan Daniels, chief executive of the National Deaf Children’s Society, said advances have been made with Text Relay, a text to voice service run by BT, but there is still work to be done. The...

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Sixteen callouts and counting: Staffordshire man's broadband nightmare continues

Tuesday, October 28th 2014

Michael Challenor (pictured), a joiner from Lichfield, receives an average download speed of 1.2Mbps – significantly lower than Ofcom’s recommended minimum speed of 2Mbps. Mr Challenor had...

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Alcatel boss: G.fast will bring higher speeds sooner

Monday, October 27th 2014

Stefaan Vanhastel, marketing director for the Wireline Division at Alcatel-Lucent, told Cable.co.uk that G.fast technology can speed up the arrival of fibre to the home. He said: “G.fast is...

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