Average UK broadband speed now at 17.8Mbps, according to latest stats from Ofcom
Worcestershire County Council is to receive further funding from the government's BDUK initiative.
MPs attacked BT and local councils for lack of transparency
Findings from consumer rights group Which? suggest Britons are being short-changed when it comes to internet speeds.
Ofcom’s European Broadband Scorecard study shows the UK leads the way.
Prime Minister talks up development of ultra-fast mobile broadband.
Virgin claims it now provides the fastest broadband connection in the UK.
England set to receive lion’s share of cash to bring superfast internet to rural areas.
Kroes calls for Europe to get back in the driving seat for 5G mobile connectivity.
Aims to establish £110 million secure communications network between Europe and Latin America
FCC hopes for third time lucky with new net neutrality guidelines.
Telco claims users have been given ample warning about 20CN network's withdrawal.
Scheme to ramp up fibre-optic broadband coverage extended to 26,000 further homes and businesses.
Mobile regulator makes good on pledge to make it easier for users to change service providers.
Industry body wants Government to ensure reuse policies won't impact on customer experience.
Former 2012 Olympics commercial director enlisted to oversee delivery of new scheme.
IET research show Brits want investment in fibre broadband over more airport capacity.
Another 39,000 homes and businesses in region to get access to superfast broadband services.
Mobile regulator shines a light on complaint volumes against mobile operators and telcos during Q3.
Some 37,000 users are left without broadband as thieves cut fibre cables.
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