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August 5, 2010

BT Infinity broadband ads get pulled due to “instant” claims

by Darren Allan
BT has been slapped on the wrist over its advertising campaign for the company's new super-fast broadband service called Infinity. Infinity is BT's fibre-to-the-cabinet scheme which offers connection speeds of up to 40Mbps. The adverts in question claimed that the service provided “instant Internet”, and Advertising Standards were brought on the case after there were four complaints made by consumers, the FT.com ...

January 21, 2010

BT Infinity and beyond – home fibre optic service

by Darren Allan
BT is set to launch its first consumer packages for next-generation fibre Internet access. To get BT Infinity, as it has been named, you will naturally need to live in a next-generation broadband enabled area. Download speeds of a theoretical maximum of 40Mbps will be offered, although users will feel an even bigger acceleration in upload speeds, which will (again ...