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  • DACS telephone line
    telephone lines to go down a single copper pair and back to the telephone exchange DACS was a technology used by BT if a user required an extra telephone line and there was no full spare lines available or if there was a problem with another line and users had to share If you find you have DACS running on your telephone line then you are likely to have some

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/dacs.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Broadband News headlines
    Date 18th May 2009 Author Mark Ward Virgin Media to expand fibre network by 500 000 Date 13th May 2009 Author Mark Ward Actual broadband speeds less than half the advertised speed Date 13th May 2009 Author Sheri Lea Email wars between Virgin Media and BT Date 12th May 2009 Author Mark Ward UK broadband connections hit 17 million Date 8th May 2009 Author Mark Ward UK average broadband speed passes 4Mb Date 8th May 2009 Author Mark Ward Tiscali UK broadband to be bought by The Carephone Warehouse Date 8th May 2009 Author Rob Cook Virgin Media broadband trial 200Mb broadband Date 7th May 2009 Author Sheri Lea O2 Broadband tops the satisfaction charts again Date 1st May 2009 Author Mark Ward T Mobile WiFi HotSpots installed into Virgin trains Date 28th April 2009 Author Sheri Lea BT launch cheapest UK home and mobile broadband deal Date 27th April 2009 Author Mark Ward 250 million digital switchover surplus to be spent on broadband Date 24th April 2009 Author Mark Ward 100Mb FTTH should be the aim and not 40Mb FTTC Date 24th April 2009 Author Mark Ward Carphone Warehouse to buy Tiscali UK Date 24th April 2009 Author Mark Ward 55 think 2Mb broadband is too slow Date 21st April 2009 Author Rob Cook Broadband growth slowing as UK hits 17 4 million subscribers Date 17th April 2009 Author Mark Ward Tiscali broadband customers could find broadband switched off Date 16th April 2009 Author Mark Ward 1 in 4 claim to have received broadband usage warning Date 14th April 2009 Author Sheri Lea 160Mb broadband in Japan Date 7th April 2009 Author Tony Ward Fibre optic cable damage in East London stops broadband Date 6th April 2009 Author Sheri Lea Average world wide broadband speed is 1 5Mb Date

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/broadband-news.php (2016-02-10)
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  • What are Wireless Routers
    Beginners Wireless Broadband Change Broadband Providers Broadband Speeds 24Mb Broadband ADSL2 50Mb Broadband 100Mb Broadband Broadband Broadband Guide Wireless Router A Wireless router is pretty much the same as an ordinary router other than it is able to allow wireless access to it What this means is that you can use it to set up wireless internet access toy uor broadband through it so you can be in another room and be able to connect to the Internet with no wires or cables joining the device you are using to the Internet One of the main differences physically between a router and a wireless router is that you will usually see an antenna that is used to transmit the signals to the wireless devices This isn t the case with all as many also have internel antenna s Wireless is becoming more and more popular and more and more devices are also becoming wireless too It is not only a laptop or other computer that you can use games consoles are making use of the technology so gamers can easily play games against other people in the world very simply a great example being by using the Sony PSP Playstation

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/wireless-router.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Online broadband MAC code campaign supporters
    Mobile Broadband T Mobile Broadband Virgin Mobile Broadband Vodafone Mobile Broadband Pay as you Go Mobile Broadband Pay Monthly Mobile Broadband MiFi Fibre Broadband Business Broadband Business Broadband Providers Broadband Guide Beginners Wireless Broadband Change Broadband Providers Broadband Speeds 24Mb Broadband ADSL2 50Mb Broadband 100Mb Broadband Broadband Broadband Guide Change broadband provider The following are a list of the broadband providers who are committed to making broadband in the UK

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/online-mac-campaign.php (2016-02-10)
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  • 512KB broadband deals
    broadband connection would take approximately 17 6 seconds Check below for broadband providers offering 512KB broadband deals Broadband Provider Speed Bandwidth Cost per month Discount DSL 512KB 2GB 11 74 Namesco 512KB 2GB 11 95 ADSL4Less 512KB 2GB 11 99 Tesco 512KB 1GB 13 97 Discount DSL 512KB 10GB 14 09 ADSL4Less 512KB Unlimited 14 99 EFH Broadband 512KB 2GB 14 99 Toucan 512KB Unlimited 14 99 V21 512KB Unlimited

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/512kb-broadband.php (2016-02-10)
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  • 1MB broadband deals
    Vodafone Mobile Broadband Pay as you Go Mobile Broadband Pay Monthly Mobile Broadband MiFi Fibre Broadband Business Broadband Business Broadband Providers Broadband Guide Beginners Wireless Broadband Change Broadband Providers Broadband Speeds 24Mb Broadband ADSL2 50Mb Broadband 100Mb Broadband Broadband Broadband Guide Broadband Speeds 1MB Broadband 1MB broadband is 20 times faster than dial up internet To download a 1MB file on a 1MB broadband connection would take approximately 8 8 seconds Check below for broadband providers offering 1MB broadband deals Broadband Provider Speed Bandwidth Cost per month ADSL4Less 1MB 2GB 11 99 Discount DSL 1MB 2GB 12 91 Metronet 1MB 2GB 13 75 Orange 1MB 2GB 14 99 Discount DSL 1MB 10GB 15 26 Toucan 1MB Unlimited 15 99 EFH Broadband 1MB 15GB 16 99 NDO 1MB 10 17 95 Tesco 1MB 3GB 17 97 Firefly Internet 1MB 5GB 17 99 V21 1MB Unlimited 17 99 Discount DSL 1MB Unlimited 18 79 Fair Broadband 1MB 1GB 19 96 Tesco 1MB Unlimited 19 97 Homecall 1MB Unlimited 19 99 Fair Broadband 1MB 3GB 21 14 ADSL4Less 1MB Unlimited 24 99 Homecall 1MB Unlimited 24 99 Breathe 1MB Unlimited 25 99 Fair Broadband 1MB Unlimited 29 95 NDO 1MB Unlimited 29 95

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/1mb-broadband.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Broadband Maxt
    50Mb Broadband 100Mb Broadband Broadband Broadband Guide Broadband MAX Broadband MAX is the term that many broadband providers are using to call their services with the availability of 8mb broadband The broadband Max term is used to describe the best services that a broadband provider offers with the Max imum speed that they are offering 8mb broadband is the fastest broadband that can be achieved off standard ADSL lines although

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/broadband-max.php (2016-02-10)
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  • Fibre broadband
    aren t left behind in a digital slow lane In previous reports and studies the government believe that for every 1 invested in the BDUK scheme that 20 will be delivered back to the UK economy by 2014 Along with this there is also expected to be many tens of thousands of new jobs created because of this in rural areas Filed under Fibre broadband News Tags BDUK Rural broadband 250m rural broadband fund Author Mark 11 02 am Comments 0 January 24 2014 BT to spend further 50m on fibre broadband for cities At least another 400 000 premises in cities are set to get upgraded to fibre optic broadband as BT is to invest a further 50 million into its own commercial roll out of fibre optic broadband More than 30 cities across the UK will benefit from the extra investment that will target the areas that have not originally been targeted due to either not being originally deemed commercially viable at the beginning or due to local planning restrictions that stopped the deployment Along with these areas there will be the deployment of fibre cabinets to apartment blocks and other multi dwelling units and also the laying of Fibre To The Premises FTTP on some new build sites in the cities In total BT are spending over 3 billion of the deployment of fibre optic broadband 2 5 billion on its own commercial rollout which once complete will cover around 19 million UK premises plus then further investment to roll out with rural fibre optic broadband schemes such as those organised through the Broadband Delivery UK BDUK project Mike Galvin MD Network Investment at BT Openreach said Our fibre programme is going extremely well with our engineers connecting homes and businesses across the UK Some city areas have proved challenging in the past but we are returning to those and will pass hundreds of thousands of additional premises with fibre Filed under Fibre broadband Tags BT fibre broadband BT to roll out fibre broadband to even more cities BT to spend further 50m on fibre broadband for cities 50 million for extra fibre broadband to Cities Author Mark 2 48 pm Comments 0 January 15 2014 10 million to reach final 5 with superfast broadband A 10 million fund from the government to help get superfast broadband to the predicted 5 of the country that will not be covered by the existing Broadband Delivery UK BDUK funded programme has had more details revealed about it today The fund was originally announced in December by The Department of Culture Media and Sport DCMS and today they have released a few more details as to who they want to bid for the funds They are after companies who can offer alternative technology to help reach those in the final 5 of premises that will still need connecting The potential technologies that will be looked at may include 4G fibre direct to premises improved fibre to the cabinet and extending it further down the network and also satellite Maria Miller Secretary for State and Culture Media and Sport said If we want to ensure that that all communities can benefit then we need to think imaginatively about alternative technology and the pilots enabled by the 10m fund will be instrumental in helping us overcome the challenges of reaching the final 5 of premises Currently the UK has a target of 95 coverage of premises with superfast broadband by the end of 2017 much of this has been done by BT Virgin Media with their own fibre optic networks however for the areas that BT Virgin didn t deem financially viable to roll out their networks to there has been a 1 1bn fund from the government to help extend the superfast broadband network to cover 95 of the UK On the whole it is BT who has won the contracts for the government funds along with local councils having to match some funding too Chris Townsend has become the new Broadband Chief Executive he was one of the people beind the London 2012 Olympic Games and will take on being in charge of the Broadband Delivery UK programme which also includes the extra 10 million for the remaining 5 Mr Townsend said Ensuring that broadband can reach businesses and consumers across the country is one of the most important policies in Government Faster connections will improve the way people live work and spend their leisure time I look forward to starting my new role as chief executive of BDUK and building on the good work being done to get superfast broadband to people all over the UK Filed under Fibre broadband News Satellite broadband Wireless Internet Tags BDUK Broadband coverage for final 5 Broadband Delivery UK Chris Townsend DCMS Department of Culture Media and Sport Final 5 broadband 10 million funds for broadband 10 million to reach final 5 with superfast broadband Author Mark 1 23 pm Comments 0 January 14 2014 BT announce new man to oversee fibre broadband rollout BT has named the former head of HSBC UK Joe Garner as the new CEO of BT Openreach the division of BT that is responsible for the roll out of fibre optic broadband BT s current CEO Liv Garfield is due to step down mid February to take over at Severn Trent the water company and this left the position available for Joe Garner who left his previous role as head of HSBC UK in 2012 and in other jobs before that he has worked for Dixons and Procter Gamble BT will have looked at some of his previous jobs and positions and seen that he is a man who can perform well in highly regulated areas and succeed BT were keen to point out that Mr Garner was in charge at HSBC through the financial crisis and that he helped lead the bank to be No 1 bank for service in First Direct and that while he was

    Original URL path: http://www.broadbandwatchdog.co.uk/story/category/fibre-broadband/ (2016-02-10)
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