Broadband news from June 2013

Broadband news from June 2013

  • Broadband providers criticise opt-in online porn

    Online Safety Bill proposes people who wish to view adult content on the internet should have to prove to their broadband provider they are over 18 first by default. More »

  • Online porn meeting, TV fans warned about 4G #TechTalk

    In today’s #TechTalk: government plans to probe porn problem with top internet companies, first 4G TV interference warnings go out and BE rapped for unlimited broadband claims. More »

  • EE 4G found to be best mobile broadband in London

    New tests have found EE is the fastest mobile broadband provider in the London area, offering impressive speeds and reliability. More »

  • EE best network in London, Three 3G fixed #TechTalk

    Why is EE the best mobile network in London? What caused Virgin Media broadband to break in Portsmouth? broadbandchoices.co.uk talks you through today’s technology headlines. More »

  • Sky+ Android app gets major update

    New enhanced search tool makes it easier for Sky TV subscribers to find things to watch on Android devices. More »

  • Virgin TV Anywhere adds 11 new channels

    The arrival of ITV, ITV2 and ITV3, MTV, History and Nickelodeon means more customers can watch their favourite shows on PCs, tablets and mobile phones. More »

  • Switching broadband simplified, Vodafone 4G #TechTalk

    Ofcom to say how it will simplify switching broadband and home phone soon, Vodafone 4G to be launched by late summer and more of the latest in broadband, mobile… More »

  • Three mobile internet goes down

    Customers across the UK woke up this morning to find their mobile phone's 3G internet had stopped working. More »

  • BT line rental price, Google Glass privacy #TechTalk

    The latest broadband, mobile technology and TV news from broadbandchoices.co.uk. TODAY: BT hikes Line Rental Saver Plan price, no facial recognition for Google Glass until privacy protection is in… More »

  • Danny Baker and Danny Kelly join BT Sport

    Two of Britain's most popular football broadcasters will co-host a live show on BT Sport when it launches in August. More »

  • TalkTalk scraps traffic management policy

    Broadband speeds will no longer be throttled as TalkTalk has stopped using traffic management at peak times. More »

  • BT increases line rental price by 9%

    Customers who pay for BT line rental upfront save £44 a year, whereas previously they would've saved £56. More »

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