Rural communities have just under a month to get their applications in for the final round of the £20m Rural Community Broadband Fund.
Tesco is slashing the price of its unlimited broadband service to just £2 a month, making it the cheapest unlimited broadband available that doesn’t involve paying for an additional telecoms service.
The level of competition in the UK broadband market has reached a new milestone, Ofcom has announced.
New research from independent price comparison and switching service, uSwitch.com, reveals massive speed discrepancies between locations that are, in many cases, just a few miles apart, and in close proximity to major UK cities. In the worst case there is a difference of up to 89% between the fastest and slowest speeds.
Average residential UK broadband speeds reached 12.0Mbit/s in November 2012, Ofcom research reveals.
Brits are throwing away over £500 million a year by failing to switch their broadband package according to a new report. More than third (39%) of UK households admitted they haven't switched in over 4 years despite a dramatic drop in prices during this time.
BT has raised the stakes in the battle for broadband customers by introducing Totally Unlimited Broadband on all but its entry level offerings – and cutting the price.
Access to a good broadband signal is an important factor when choosing to buy a home, according to research from Halifax.
Brits may be binning almost a billion pounds a year by not changing broadband provider, according to a new study.
Considering the savings that can be made from bundling your broadband with your home phone or digital TV service, you might assume that bundling was a no-brainer?
Post Office has announced a recession-busting price freeze on its HomePhone and Broadband services for both current and new customers.
A good broadband connection now tops off-street parking and access to local amenities as one of the vital deciding factors for people buying a new house, according to a study of British homebuyers.
Most UK adults with children in the household reject automatic blocking of internet content according to data from TalkTalk, instead preferring to be asked to choose whether or not they want to block harmful content on the internet.
With thousands moving home this August bank holiday, Post Office HomePhone and Broadband is urging home movers to find the best telecoms deals, following new research revealing only a quarter look for cheaper offers.
Comparison website, Broadbandchoices.co.uk, has researched the huge array of broadband deals available in the UK and found that the difference between the cheapest and most expensive broadband deals can be as much as £25 per month.
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