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CityFibre jumps on the BoJo bus

With Boris Johnson (BoJo) settling into his new home in No.10 Downing Street, CityFibre is one of the first telcos to champion the office of the blonde bombshell.

BT faces another Ofcom probe

Ofcom has kicked-off an investigation to determine whether BT has complied with regulations concerning Excess Construction Charges (ECCs).

BoJo’s 2025 fibre promise has no basis in reality

Being ambitious is all well and good, but most would hope the ambitious are living in the world of reality. Unfortunately, with Boris Johnson’s Fibre-to-the-Home objectives, he’s operating in dreamland.

Europe missing its ultrafast targets

With only 20% of European customers adopting broadband services over 100 Mbps, the European Commission is falling behind its own targets with six months to go.

Three plans to continue to be the awkward one

Three became the third telco to outline its ambitions in the 5G world this week, taking a slightly different approach to EE and Vodafone but it could prove to be the most interesting.

Polls

Should privacy be treated as a right to protect stringently, or a commodity for users to trade for benefits?

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