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US Senate overturns Restoring Internet Freedom Order

US Senate overturns Restoring Internet Freedom Order

The US Senate has voted to overturn the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Restoring Internet Freedom Order which replaced previous net neutrality legislation, passing a bill that has little chance of…

Vodafone Spain ups revenues and subs

Vodafone Spain ended the fiscal year at March 31st with a 2.1 per cent rise in its revenues to €4.5 million and an EBITDA increase of 5 per cent. The…

South Korea, Taiwan climb Netflix Speed Index

South Korea, Taiwan climb Netflix Speed Index

Netflix has released April data from its ISP Speed Index, a monthly update on which Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide the best primetime Netflix streaming experience. Several ISPs in Asia…

Research: Telecoms, pay-TV spend to speed up

Worldwide spending on telecommunications and pay-TV services reached $1,662 billion (€1,389 bn) in 2017, an increase of 1.4 per cent year over year (in constant dollar terms), according to market intelligence…

US: ‘Net neutrality’ ends on June 11

The US Federal Communications Commission’s Restoring Internet Freedom Order will take effect on June 11th, returning the regulation of Internet service providers to what the FCC describes as “the bipartisan,…

BT axing 13,000 staff; TV subs decline

BT is preparing to cut 13,000 staff over the next three years and move out of its London HQ after nearly 150 years, as it seeks to cut £1.5 billion…

Ofcom reveals best and worst ISPs

Ofcom reveals best and worst ISPs

Ofcom has revealed which broadband and phone companies are falling far short in serving their customers, and those who are setting a strong standard for satisfaction. In a comprehensive survey…

Orange Spain ups subs and revenues in Q1

Orange Spain increased its revenues by 4.3 per cent in the first quarter of the year to €1.3 billion. The company increased its convergent revenues by 7 per cent to…

INCOMPAS files petition to stop FCC net neutrality repeal

INCOMPAS, the Internet and competitive networks association, whose members include leading streaming and Internet edge companies in the US, as well as new competitive fibre network builders, filed a Petition…

BT, TalkTalk continue to top Ofcom complaints

TalkTalk has again been named the most complained about ISP in the UK, in the latest report from the telecoms regulator Ofcom. For every 100,000 TalkTalk customers, around 31 made…