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US broadband: 1m+ Q1 additions

According to the Leichtman Research Group, the seventeen largest cable and telephone providers in the US – representing about 95 per cent of the market – acquired nearly 1.1 million…

Coalition calls for Openreach reform

Following the initial findings of UK regulator Ofcom’s Digital Communications Review in February an industry coalition of Sky, TalkTalk, Vodafone, INCA (Independent Networks Cooperative Association) and the FCS (Federation of…

Virgin Media “record start” to new year

Virgin Media is on track to connect half a million UK homes access to its broadband network this year as part of the company’s Project Lightning rollout. The announcement comes…

Hong Kong, Singapore lead US in Netflix Speed Index

Netflix has released April data for its ISP Speed Index, a monthly update on which Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide the best prime-time Netflix streaming experience. This month, Netflix included…

ASA issues new broadband ad rules

From October, broadband providers in the UK must make sure adverts for their products are very clear about costs and contract lengths, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has ruled. ASA…

Incognito: Just 34% would recommend their ISP

Incognito Software Systems, a global provider of solutions for communication service providers, has released its 2016 Incognito Broadband Consumer Quality of Experience (QoE) Survey, which explores subscribers’ level of satisfaction…

Spain: Orange grows revenues and subs

Orange Spain has reversed 27-months of declining revenues and has significantly increased its subscribers. In the first quarter of the year, the company managed gained 1.8 per cent in revenues…

DISH pay-TV subs down, broadband subs up

DISH Network has reported revenue totaling $3.79 billion (€3.33bn) for the quarter ending March 31st 2016, compared to $3.72 billion for the corresponding period in 2015. Subscriber-related revenue for the…

CityFibre turns first profit

CityFibre made a first profit as the fibre broadband group benefits from demand for alternatives to BT’s Openreach network. The AIM listed company builds and operates fibre optic networks for…

Com Hem adds 5,000 TV subs in Q1

Com Hem adds 5,000 TV subs in Q1

Com Hem, the Swedish telco, has reported Q1 revenue totalled SEK 1,276m (1,228), up 3.9 per cent. The number of unique consumer subscribers rose 9,000 to a total of 920,000.…

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