Broadband News from April 2013

Broadband News from April 2013

  • Nick Clegg: 'No snooping bill on my watch'

    Deputy prime minister says internet 'snooping' plans will not go ahead while Liberal Democrats are in power. More »

  • Free Wi-Fi cures Britain's loneliness

    With a smartphone or tablet connected to free Wi-Fi we're much happier being alone in public, a survey has found. More »

  • Plusnet traffic management: How does it work?

    Sheffield-based broadband provider Plusnet talks to broadbandchoices.co.uk about why it manages broadband traffic, what it does differently and what it means for customers. More »

  • Internet access 'more important than water'

    Broadband users would much sooner have the water supply cut than lose internet access at home, research shows. More »

  • Liverpool FC brings free Wi-Fi to Anfield

    Football fans will be able to access wireless broadband on smartphones and tablets, as a new wireless network proves Anfield is on the ball when it comes to technology. More »

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