Tag Archives: ISP’s

Three offers £5 per day EU Internet

Three Logo Major incidents of bill shock – an unexpectedly high or even extortionate seeming mobile bill – are generally due to one primary factor, namely, using the internet abroad. So it’s definitely.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Mobile Phone News: Networks, Handsets, Mobile Computing, Smartphone News

UK has biggest Internet economy in G20

internet We’ve pretty much become acclimatised to dour economic news over the past few years, since the credit crunch took a stranglehold on our country (and the rest of the globe). So.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Internet News: Broadband, Telecoms, Social Networks, ISP's

Teenagers value mobiles over TV

Ofcom Logo Ofcom has produced another one of its surveys looking at the nation’s viewing and surfing habits. This one is focused on youngsters aged between 5 and 15 and their parents, examining.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Digital TV News: Satellite, Cable, IPTV & HDTV / 3DTV

One in ten leave Facebook password in will

Along with property and cash, it appears that many are now receiving internet passwords in the wills of loved ones who have passed on. Apparently one in ten are likely to put passwords to sites such as Facebook and iCloud in their will as more.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Internet News: Broadband, Telecoms, Social Networks, ISP's

Unlimited broadband could be a thing of the past

Recent reports are coming up with the notion that unlimited broadband could be a thing of the past, but some consumers and industry experts are saying that unlimited broadband never really existed in the first place. Despite that, broadband providers do offer unlimited broadband packages... more
Posted in All Tech News, Internet News: Broadband, Telecoms, Social Networks, ISP's

Ofcom working on anti piracy code

The media regulator, Ofcom, has started its consultation after the digital economy bill was pushed through during the end of Parliament “Wash Up” process. The regulator must come up with a code of conduct but, at the end of the day, it has been given.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Internet News: Broadband, Telecoms, Social Networks, ISP's

Filesharing plans dismissed by ISPs

While the UK’s mobile broadband providers are on good terms with Lord Mandelson, it seems that some of the fixed line broadband providers are none too pleased over the Business Secretary’s plans to tackle the online piracy issue. The bosses of the UK’s largest internet.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Internet News: Broadband, Telecoms, Social Networks, ISP's

ISPs may have to publish average broadband speeds

In the future, the UK’s internet service providers may have to start to advertise average broadband speeds instead of simply advertising a service as “Up To”, according to the broadband comparison site top10broadband. In a recent report from the regulator Ofcom, it was found that.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Internet News: Broadband, Telecoms, Social Networks, ISP's

BT annoying ISPs with fault investigation charges

Nobody expects any business to provide services for nothing. However, it seems that the telecom and broadband provider, BT Wholesale, has been annoying several internet service providers over the charges it makes for special fault investigations (SFI). At the moment, once the SFI issue has.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Internet News: Broadband, Telecoms, Social Networks, ISP's

Government to go soft on pirates

It would seem that the government has made a U-turn over the pledge it made to cut internet piracy over the next couple of years. It was only last year that the government laid out plans to cut internet piracy by around seventy per cent.. more
Posted in All Tech News, Internet News: Broadband, Telecoms, Social Networks, ISP's