Monthly Archive:: June 2016

The Impacts Of Brexit On Broadband

The whole world was keen to know the decision Britain would make about being a member of the European Union. And, it came as no surprise when Britain voted to leave. While a lot

New Homes Expected To Get Broadband Improvements From Virgin Media

Virgin Media announced its plans to improve broadband connections in newly built homes. It will be working with HBF (Home Builders Federation) to ensure homebuilders have an easy time installing fibre infrastructure when developing

BT Consumer Offers ADSL2+ Services And Infinity 1

BT consumer rejigged is pricing but still maintained the standard BT Rewards Cards. The pricing changes came with a three-month free broadband offer; however, the cards would have Infinity (FTTC/FTTP) range at £125 and

Sky Q To Air K TV Later In The Year

Sky Q aimed to launch 4K during mid of the year even though it was on sale in the month of March. Via a press call, it was thought that the launch of 4K,

7,000 Premises In Swindon To Get FTTP Coverage From Virgin Media

Virgin Media plans to undertake an expansion in Swindon that should be complete in early 2017. The expansion plans aim to grow Virgin media’s footprint by extra 7,000 new premises that are to be

£40 Boots Vouchers For Bt To New Broadband Customers Who Subscribed Via Cable.Co.Uk

BT had an offer of £40 Boots Vouchers, which run from the 10th to the 22nd of June and was exclusive to all new BT Infinity customers and BT broadband subscribers through cable.co.uk. BT

Sky Conducts 18Mbps Fibre Broadband Trials

Sky announced that it was planning to conduct trials of Sky Fibre Lite, which was a new 18Mbps unlimited package. The trails involve a trial roll-out of the package to nearly 20,000 Sky broadband