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Europe enshrines Net Neutrality

Europe enshrines Net Neutrality

In talks on the Telecoms Single Market legislation the European states, the EC and the European Parliament have reached agreement on net neutrality rules to treat all Internet traffic equally.…

Sky: Ofcom must probe BT broadband failings

Sky: Ofcom must probe BT broadband failings

Sky is calling on the UK comms industry regulator Ofcom to instigate a full market investigation to examine problems affecting consumers in the UK’s broadband marketplace. The company believes that…

Spain: Court forbids Rojadirecta football streaming

Spain: Court forbids Rojadirecta football streaming

Popular Spanish streaming site Rojadirecta has been ordered by a Madrid court to stop linking to certain football streams or have its site blocked by local ISPs. The site’s operators…

Simple UK broadband switching rules take effect

Simple UK broadband switching rules take effect

Brits can now switch broadband supplier with one phone call. The new rules came into force this week and mean anyone who wants to change broadband supplier now only has…

Manchester first for Virgin ultrafast roll-out

UK quad-play operator Virgin Media has confirmed that the north-west city of Manchester is to be the first to benefit from ‘Project Lightning’, unveiled earlier this year. This major expansion…

France outlines 700 MHz allocation plans

France’s telecoms regulator ARCEP has revealed details of its proposed allocation plans for the freed-up 700 MHz band, which will see 2×30 MHz of spectrum offered to mobile operators to…

Ofcom probes BT broadband prices

Ofcom is proposing cutting what BT charges for leasing its telecoms lines, which could result in drastic price cuts for those who buy them – such as broadband operators, schools…

Champions League free with BT TV, 4K

Champions League free with BT TV, 4K

BT has confirmed that all 351 matches from the UEFA Champions League and Europa League next season will be free for customers who take BT TV. These customers will be…

Survey: US customers loathe pay-TV and ISPs

Mirroring recent findings released by Consumer Reports, customer satisfaction with information services – including subscription TV, Internet, wireless and fixed line telephone, and computer software – has dropped 3.4 per…

US consumers dissatisfied with cablecos and ISPs

According to US consumer body Consumer Reports’ new telecom service ratings, consumers continued to express dissatisfaction with their TV and Internet providers, giving most poor reviews for value and overall…

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