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BT bundles Google Stadia with broadband offers

BT bundles Google Stadia with broadband offers

BT has become the first European distribution partner for Stadia, Google’s new cloud gaming platform. The partnership will see BT and Google deliver cloud gaming via this new-generation platform to…

Sky’s Darroch renews Internet regulation call

Writing in The Times, Jeremy Darroch, CEO of Sky, has renewed his call (first made in the same paper in July 2018) for the UK government to act to curb…

European countries climb Netflix Speed Index

Several European countries experienced sizable gains across multiple services on December’s Netflix ISP Speed Index, a monthly update on which Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide the best prime time Netflix…

Australia, Norway, Greece climb Netflix Speed Index

Australia, Norway, Greece climb Netflix Speed Index

Two Japanese services experienced notable increases on November’s Netflix ISP Speed Index – its monthly update on which Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide the best prime time Netflix streaming experience.…

Seven, Optus 4K Olympics

Australia’s Seven Network has revealed plans to team up with multiplay telco Optus to develop a channel featuring Seven’s coverage of Tokyo 2020 in 4K Ultra HD, which will be…

Bigblu reports FY “strong performance”

Bigblu Broadband (BBB), a provider of alternative fast broadband services, has provided a trading update for the 12-month period ended November 30th 2019. Trading for the year was in line…

UK’s worst street for broadband 800x slower than fastest

UK’s worst street for broadband 800x slower than fastest

The slowest broadband in the UK, with an average download speed of 0.22Mbps, is found in Kingsclere, Huntington in York, according to the latest consumer speed tests collated by uSwitch.com,…

Labour broadband plans: UK ISPs’ concern

The UK’s Internet Services Providers’ Association (ISPA UK) – the voice of the UK Internet industry to policy makers, the media and the public – has responded to the launch…

Ofcom: Customers switching ISPs due to poor communication

An Ofcom report monitoring UK consumer supplier switching in the communications market reveals that in the last 12 months: 12 per cent have switched broadband provider 12 per cent have…

Greece, Saudi Arabia, Thailand climb Netflix Speed Index

Greece, Saudi Arabia, Thailand climb Netflix Speed Index

September saw sizable movement in Saudi Arabia on the Netflix ISP Speed Index – a monthly update on which Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide the best prime time Netflix streaming…

Spain: Pay-TV revenues and subs increase in Q1

Pay-TV take-up continues to grow in Spain to the detriment of FTA TV. In the first quarter of 2019, pay-TV revenues increased by 2.6 per cent to €563.6 million, whereas…

Study: Brits rate Wi-Fi over partner

When at home, 5.1 million people use broadband every single minute, according to UK multiplay operator TalkTalk. There is a new generation of Britons choosing nights in with family, staying…

Research: Sneaky fees ramp up cable bills

Research: Sneaky fees ramp up cable bills

Among all the sneaky, add-on fees that plague American consumers these days, none are more common than those lurking in their cable bills, according to the consumers advice body Consumer…

US Court: FCC can’t decide State neutrality rules

ISPs could face various state internet regulations after a US court ruled that the federal government cannot block states from passing their own net neutrality laws, though the court did…

Virgin Media launches Gig1

Virgin Media launches Gig1

Virgin Media has switched on what it claims is the UK’s fastest gigabit home broadband services across Southampton. It is the first city to benefit from the company’s plan to…

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