Broadband news from February 2011

Broadband news from February 2011

  • Brits missing out on bundle savings

    More than a quarter of Brits are missing out on savings because they don’t bundle their broadband, new research has revealed. More »

  • 60,000 TalkTalk customers charged for cancelled broadband

    TalkTalk wrongly billed more than 62,000 customers for cancelled broadband and home phone services, Ofcom has revealed. More »

  • Orange broadband predicts growth despite customer losses

    Broadband provider Orange has said that it expects new customers to sign-up this year, despite losing 25,000 broadband customers during the last three months of 2010. More »

  • Zen Internet wins Which? broadband award

    Zen Internet has topped the customer satisfaction tables to be named a Which? Best Buy for the seventh year running. More »

  • ‘Not-so-Super Hub’ say Virgin Media customers

    Virgin Media customers have been complaining of slow speeds after upgrading to the new 30Mb service. More »

  • O2 to hike broadband prices by up to 27%

    O2 broadband customers could see bills rise by as much as £4.12 at the end of March. More »

  • Broadband is 'innovation of the decade'

    Broadband has contributed the most to the lives of Brits over the last 10 years. More »

  • 50% off TalkTalk broadband

    Save up to £90 with on your internet and phone when you sign-up to TalkTalk broadband. More »

  • 118,000 Brits now take Virgin Media’s 50Mb broadband

    Three times as many Brits are taking Virgin Media’s 50Mb broadband than a year ago, as the UK’s second biggest broadband company’s customers swell to 4.3 million. More »

  • Holiday mobile broadband costs 'unfair’

    Using your mobile broadband abroad for work or holidays can still land you with a big bill when you get home. More »

  • Three offers ‘must-have’ tablet PCs from £49.99

    If you’re lusting after a tablet PC, you can get your hands on a Samsung Galaxy Tab, Dell Inspiron Duo or Commtiva N700 tablet for less with Three. More »

  • North Wales to get £10m for superfast broadband

    Homes and businesses in north Wales could be on their way to getting superfast broadband thanks to a new £10m cash pledge. More »

  • Can anyone find love online?

    Will you be spending Valentine's Day eating a pizza for two alone in front of the TV? Well why not see if you can find someone to share it… More »

  • Broadband bills drop by 52%

    Broadband companies who run their own networks have brought competition and lower prices to customers. More »

  • Exclusive: Four months free Plusnet broadband

    Get free broadband for four months when you sign-up to Plusnet through Broadbandchoices.co.uk. More »

  • TalkTalk loses 25,000 broadband customers

    25,000 TalkTalk customers switched to a different provider in the final part of 2010. More »

  • TalkTalk extends 50% discount on broadband

    Get broadband for just £3.49 a month from TalkTalk. More »

  • BT Home Hub 3 offers 'smart' wireless

    If you’re sick of your broadband connection breaking, BT’s new Home Hub (www.BT.com) promises to deal with the problem, so you’ll get no interruption to your service. More »

  • BT increases Race to Infinity winners to 10

    Superfast broadband is coming to four new communities thanks to BT’s Race to Infinity. More »

  • Free printer from Orange broadband

    Want a new printer to go with your new home broadband service? Sign-up with Orange and you’ll get a free HP printer in an exclusive Broadbandchoices.co.uk deal. More »