Broadband news from September 2013

Broadband news from September 2013

  • 1 in 3 people in Scotland don't know how to use the internet

    New website helps the tech-savvy teach online skills that up to 30% of adults still don't have. Could you be a 'digital champion' and teach others what you… More »

  • BT increases line rental just two months after BT Sport launch

    Sudden price hike is likely to disappoint the wave of new customers attracted by free BT Sport, who may only just have tied themselves into at least a 12-month… More »

  • Three-quarters of UK households could be overpaying for broadband

    Research shows millions of switch-phobic Brits choose to stick with the same provider for five years or even longer - throwing their money away as cheaper deals and far… More »

  • TalkTalk launches £2.50 broadband deal

    SimplyBroadband is a budget option for anyone who just wants broadband without calls. It's super cheap and super unlimited - but if you want it superfast it'll cost you… More »

  • BT wins 'best TV provider' award for 2013

    New sports channels and YouView helped BT clinch the big prize ahead of serious TV rivals Sky and Virgin Media - but the others were still award winners for… More »

  • Plusnet wins 'best broadband' award for 2013

    Yorkshire provider's "honest broadband" scooped six of our 10 Customer Satisfaction Awards, beating much larger rivals Sky, BT and Virgin Media in some major categories - not least customer… More »

  • Three 4G: First 50 locations announced

    In December, Three will join EE, O2 and Vodafone in offering 4G - but, unlike the others, won't charge any more than it currently does for 3G. So could… More »

  • Freesat launches budget connected TV box

    The latest Freesat HD box connects to your broadband for catch-up TV services such as BBC iPlayer and 4oD. But although it's pretty cheap at £99, you won't be… More »

  • iPhone 5S sparks Vodafone 4G free-for-all

    Vodafone 4G customers to get an extra 4GB to play with each month for the duration of their contract. It's a cracking deal that arrives just in time for… More »

  • Netflix comes to Virgin Media TiVo

    Virgin Media's teamed up with its online rival, making it much cheaper to watch films on TV. You'll no longer need to pay Sky Movies prices, but won't get… More »

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