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Plume shares smart home insights

Plume shares smart home insights

Personalised smart services specialist Plume has released data and insights into smart home trends resulting from increases in the number of devices, types of devices, hours used and data used…

Research reveals rural/urban ‘streaming divide’

Research reveals rural/urban ‘streaming divide’

Taking advantage of Broadband & TV bundled deals will help to bridge ‘the streaming divide’, recent research shows, suggesting that the new breed of ‘altnets’ and challenger Internet Service Providers…

Research reveals interest in rent-bundled broadband

Research reveals interest in rent-bundled broadband

Findings from research firm Parks Associates reveal 40 per cent of MDU (multi-dwelling unit) renters in US broadband households are interested in bulk broadband Internet bundled with their rent and…

Study reveals post-Covid CSP opportunities

Study reveals post-Covid CSP opportunities

Customer engagement solutions specialist CSG and TMT management consultancy Analysys Mason have released the results from their research collaboration examining how well-positioned communications service providers (CSPs) are to meet future…

Study: UK homes favour broadband reliability over speed

Study: UK homes favour broadband reliability over speed

While 66 per cent of households believe network operators have coped well during the COVID-19 pandemic, the second chapter of EY study, Decoding the digital home, reveals a disconnect between…

Survey: Just 36% of US know their broadband speed

Survey: Just 36% of US know their broadband speed

A survey from recommendation site Allconnect reveals a gap in Internet knowledge among several key groups in the US, and some dissatisfaction among those same groups as well. Older Americans…

Report: 60% UK consumers unaware of 1Gb broadband

Report: 60% UK consumers unaware of 1Gb broadband

The UK’s ability to capitalise on the roll-out of next-generation gigabit broadband is at risk because too few consumers are aware of the technology and its benefits, according to a…

Study: Disney+ tops US streaming satisfaction

Study: Disney+ tops US streaming satisfaction

When Covid-19 forced Americans to stay home, many turned to streaming, taking solace in their ability to binge-watch entertainment of all shapes and sizes. But it was only a matter…

France: IPTV, connected TV grow in 2020

France: IPTV, connected TV grow in 2020

French TV reception methods are now largely dominated by IPTV, according to the 2020 findings of broadcast regulator CSA’s Observatory for TV homes equipment. At the end of 2020, IPTV…

Report: Zain best telco for Saudi Arabia gaming

Report: Zain best telco for Saudi Arabia gaming

The Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) has published its Game Mode report for the first quarter of 2021, ranking Saudi Arabia’s telecom service providers based on their video game…

Analyst: Fixed broadband traffic growth slowing

Analyst: Fixed broadband traffic growth slowing

Research firm Strategy Analytics finds that explosive growth in consumer broadband Internet traffic is coming to an end. The Strategy Analytics Service Provider Strategies (SPS) service report, Is Fixed Broadband…

Apollo pays $5bn for Verizon Media, renames Yahoo

Apollo pays $5bn for Verizon Media, renames Yahoo

US multiplay telco Verizon and alternative investment manager firm Apollo Global Management have confirmed that funds managed by affiliates of Apollo have entered into an agreement to acquire media and…

BT launching broadband tariff for low income homes

BT launching broadband tariff for low income homes

BT has revealed it will launch BT Home Essentials in June, a social tariff connecting those on low income with affordable fibre broadband and calls. The new low cost tariff…

Report: 21% lose money by not switching broadband providers

Report: 21% lose money by not switching broadband providers

Compare Fibre research has uncovered that failing to switch providers at the end of a contract period can unnecessarily cost broadband customers millions of pounds collectively. Choosing the right broadband…

Research: Pandemic narrows UK digital divide

Research: Pandemic narrows UK digital divide

The UK’s digital divide narrowed during the coronavirus pandemic, as people have gone online to escape the lockdown, according to research from comms regulator Ofcom. The proportion of homes without…

Data: Altnets growing market share

Data: Altnets growing market share

Data from research firm Point Topic indicate that the collective efforts of altnets and challenger ISPs could see nearly 1 million additional broadband customers using an altnet or challenger ISP…

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