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Some EE mobile customers will now get discounts of ￡2.50/m to ￡5/m on the EE fixed line broadband products, but this has been balanced out by a rise in the prices.
Vouchers of ￡1,500 for home owners and ￡3,500 have been doubled in Wales in a.move by the Welsh and UK Governments to encourage more people to upgrade their connectivity from under 100 Mbps to much faster speeds.
Northern Ireland is way ahead of the other nations and regions of the UK in terms of the amount of FTTP available and Openreach has indicated it will keep going until its coverage reaches 60% of premises.
Like so many other events that were due to talk place this summer the 22nd ISPA Awards have shuffled themselves around the calendar and finally the shortlists for each category can be shared.
The pandemic and lockdown has for lots of people removed their previous methods for staying engaged and for school children without access to broadband at home this means both falling behind on schooling and contact with fellow classmates.
Coventry has a number of Fibre First exchanges and Openreach has announced their build has passed more than 40,000 homes and businesses.
The roll-outs of full fibre combined with availability of DOCSIS 3.1 now means that 1 in 5 premises in the UK have access to a Gigabit broadband option. This is almost double the 10.9% availability at the start of 2020.
Good news for some families where children are struggling to get online so they can do their school work.
Our monthly updates on how fast and where Openreach is building its FTTP service continues with a bigger than usual monthly total.