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UK Chancellor: Full-fibre network by 2033

UK Chancellor: Full-fibre network by 2033

Philip Hammond, the UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, has targeted seeing full-fibre to the premises connections being available to 15 million premises by 2025 and committed to delivering a nationwide…

Spain: Jazztel best for Netflix; Movistar worst

Movistar has been declared the worst telco operator to watch Netflix on in Spain, and Jazztel the best, according to network speed data produced by Netflix. Movistar ranked bottom with…

BT launches ‘BT Plus’ convergent package

BT launches ‘BT Plus’ convergent package

Having signalled its intention to bring together the best of broadband, mobile and Wi-Fi to provide seamless connectivity for customers across the UK, BT has  revealed BT Plus, bringing together…

Telefónica launching O2 in Spain

Telefónica launching O2 in Spain

Telefónica, the leading Spanish telco, is set to launch the O2 brand in the country this September, with a low-cost convergent package. With the launch, the company aims to compete…

Spanish operators double FTTH speeds for free

Spanish operators double FTTH speeds for free

Spanish telcos Telefónica, Orange and Vodafone are offering free faster FTTH speeds in an attempt to gain more subscribers. From today, Telefónica is doubling its speeds no extra cost for…

Report: US Q1 broadband subs growth slows

Findings from Leichtman Research Group indicate that the largest cable and telephone providers in the US – representing about 95 per cent of the market – acquired about 800,000 net…

WTA: Satellite operators show commercial & operational gains

The World Teleport Association (WTA) has released Satellite Operator Benchmarks 2018, the eighth report in its series that tracks, rates and compares the operational and commercial performance of satellite operators,…

Report: Global video market to reach $842bn in 2022

Report: Global video market to reach $842bn in 2022

Global demand for video services reached $700 billion (€593bn) in 2017 and will grow steadily to reach $842 billion by 2022, according to a new whitepaper – How Operators Can…

Analysis: UK broadband 51% slower than advertised

British households are paying for broadband services that are, on average, 51 per cent slower than advertised, according to analysis from consumer body Which?. Results generated from 235,000 uses of…

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…

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