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Vodafone One first convergent offer

Vodafone One first convergent offer

A year after the €7.2 billion acquisition of Spain’s largest cable company ONO, Vodafone is launching its first convergent offer – including fixed and mobile telephony, broadband Internet access and…

Australia: ISPs must reveal pirates

Australia: ISPs must reveal pirates

An Australian court has ordered ISPs to hand over details of customers accused of illegally downloading a US movie. In a landmark move, the Federal Court told six firms to…

Accusations fly as Netflix slows Australia Internet

Accusations fly as Netflix slows Australia Internet

ISP iiNet has blamed Telstra – Australia’s main telco – for the slower Internet connection speeds that have hit some of its customers since the arrival of Netflix in the…

Judge: UPC Ireland ‘must enforce 3 strikes policy’

The High Court has ordered UPC Ireland, the country’s second largest ISP, to take measures to stop illegal downloading. Justice Brian Cregan granted three music companies an injunction requiring UPC…

75% abandon poor streaming within 4min

Conviva, a specialist in OTT video experience optimisation, has released the findings of its inaugural report, which found that stream interruptions, inadequate picture fidelity and other poor streaming experience issues…

BT launches 4G mobile data deals

BT has moved back into the consumer mobile market with deals offering bundles of 4G data, minutes and texts for as little as £5 a month for its existing BT…

HBO, Sony, Showtime want fast lane

HBO, Sony, Showtime want fast lane

HBO, Sony and Showtime all want special treatment from ISPs to avoid congestion and data caps for their online streaming services. “Instead of putting their Web traffic on the public…

BT resists Ofcom margin rule

BT has criticsed Ofcom for taking a ‘lopsided approach’ to the UK broadband market. On March 19th Ofcom confirmed it was going ahead with a new pricing rule, coming into…

Ofcom implements BT margin rule

UK regulator Ofcom has confirmed it will push ahead with plans to monitor the price BT charges rivals to access its superfast fibre network after taking on board concerns from…

Fastweb extends fibre optic services

Italian broadband operator Fastweb has launched fibre optic services in eleven new cities: Brindisi, Ferrara, Latina, Lodi, Novara, Parma, Potenza, Salerno, Savona, Settimo Torinese and Taranto. The fibre connection is…