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Survey: Majority prefer ISP-provided Wi-Fi gear

Seventy-eight per cent of consumers across the US and UK would prefer if their Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provided them with their in-home Wi-Fi networking gear, versus purchasing it themselves,…

Netflix Speed Index: New leaders in Taiwan, Thailand

Netflix has released January 2017 statistics from its ISP Speed Index – a monthly update on which Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide the best prime-time Netflix streaming experience. In India,…

Australia: 80% confused by broadband offers

Australia: 80% confused by broadband offers

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) consultation on fixed broadband speeds has found eighty per cent of consumers are confused and want broadband speed information to be presented in a…

Antitrust probe for Telecom Italia and Fastweb

Italy’s Antitrust Authority has opened proceedings against Telecom Italia and Fastweb for possible uncompetitive practices regarding their joint fibre optic venture Flash Fiber. Flash Fiber aims to build fibre-optic networks…

Nothing Neutral about Trump

Journalism might be the first draft of history (as well as a lot of less honourable or important things) but, even so, it is too early to be bringing a…

Sky posts Genuine Site FAQs

In common with other major UK ISPs, Sky is supporting the government-backed Get It Right from a Genuine Site initiative which aims to support Britain’s creative industry by informing people…

Report: TalkTalk shows signs of recovery

The latest figures from consumer behaviour specialist Kantar Worldpanel ComTech on the UK home services market – covering broadband, fixed landline and paid television – hint at a long-awaited recovery…

BT Sport not free for BT subs from Aug 1

BT Sport not free for BT subs from Aug 1

BT TV customers will have to pay an additional £3.50 (€4) a month for BT Sport from August 1st. The BT Sport channel has been free for all BT TV…

Report: Australians happy to pay for content

With Australia’s Internet Service Providers (ISPs) now blocking their customers from a number of websites used to download copyrighted movies and TV shows for free, Roy Morgan Research has studied…

UK ISPs issue copyright warning letters

UK ISPs issue copyright warning letters

UK Internet users who download TV and films illegally may shortly receive letters or emails from their Internet Service Provider (ISP) regarding the use of their broadband connection ‘to share…