broadband

FWA is starting to gather momentum in UK

The idea of Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) has been belittled in the past, but it is moving beyond ‘flash in the pan’ territory and becoming a genuine alternative across the UK.

FCC allocates $20bn to close US digital divide

One of the genuine risks of the accelerated journey towards the digital economy is the widening digital divide, though an extra $20 billion from the FCC could help even the landscape.

Sky saves the day at Comcast

Comcast managed to misplace 224,000 customers over the last three months, but this oversight was compensated for by the 304,000 net gain in subscribers which Sky brought to the party.

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).

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