Monthly Archive:: December 2016

£440m will be used by the Government to to boost rural broadband

The government will be spending millions of pounds on making “superfast broadband” easily accessible to a  total of 600,000 premises. In the coming year £440 million will be invested into the economy towards upgrading

Sky launches ‘UK’s cheapest fibre broadband’ and new customer support

Sky Fibre costs £20 a month including line rental. Sky has kick-started what it can be called “the cheapest fibre broadband” and landline rental package in the country (UK). The cost of the Sky

Sky got fewest customer complaints in Ofcom pay TV study

Sky was the subject of fewer complaints to Ofcom than any other major pay TV provide Between July and September 2016 Sky enjoyed an almost complain-free era, complains that usually went to Ofcom, this

9.1 Million have download speeds of 30Mbps or more – Ofcom

A reporting came from Ofcom that there has been a surge in the number of homes with superfast broadband connections over the last year Watchdog has released a statement that around eight million homes

BT Yahoo Mail users encouraged to change password following hack

Yahoo made the news in August 2013, mysterious account hacks  suddenly hit the company below the belt but made quick attempts to inform the public.  Not only informing them but advising them to change

TalkTalk TV adds festive favourite Elf to line-up

TalkTalk has made a response to the voiced concerns over the classic Christmas movie; “Elf” being skipped for public broadcast this year (2016) by simply including it to the TV platform line-up.  The major

EU to invest £420m in broadband infrastructure upgrades

A fresh fund has been engaged to help guarantee what they call “universal access” to minimum threshold for download speeds; targeting 100Mbps by 2025 for all the countries European Union (EU). This target which

Virgin Media ‘planning budget broadband offering’

Virgin Media is understood to be gearing up to launch a budget broadband service. City A.M released information on one of the latest endeavors of Virgin Media, but the exact nuts and bolts of

Government promises renewed broadband investment

The government has decided to take on itself a multi-million pound spending to “accelerate the future of broadband” > Check the Latest Sky Broadband Deals > Check the Latest VirginMedia Broadband Deals Now as vague as the

Sky Mobile proclaimed as UK’s most flexible mobile phone service provider

Sky Broadband has come up of SIM only mobile phone services which lets the consumer reuse their unconsumed data in the past month along with the ability to change plans every month. In a