28 September 2021, 11:11
It has picked TalkTalk to be the provider, helping it to tackle 'digital exclusion'.
8 December 2020, 11:11
A decent improvement from 64.0Mbps reported in the previous biannual dataset.
21 August 2020, 12:21
It finds Plusnet (ISP) and Tesco Mobile (Mobile) deliver the greatest user satisfaction levels.
2 December 2016, 10:04
A similar attack affected nearly a million Deutsche Telekom internet customers.
25 February 2016, 11:01
But BT must open up its network so competitors can connect fibre to homes/offices.
19 March 2015, 12:15
The new rule regulates the margin between BT's wholesale and retail prices.
12 March 2015, 12:05
The most poorly connected UK street is in Romney Marsh, Kent.
8 January 2015, 11:35
Supermarket chain offloads services as it embarks on a £250m cost-saving drive.
11 February 2014, 21:52
TV distribution platform will support catch-up services from BBC, ITV and Channel 4.
2 September 2013, 12:15
UK’s big four; BT, Virgin Media, BSkyB and Talk Talk are all about to be put under the cosh.
29 July 2013, 10:45
Websites covering alcohol, smoking and "esoteric material" may also be auto-filtered.
21 December 2012, 11:34
Ofcom rules in favour of BSkyB, TalkTalk, Virgin Media, Verizon UK and Cable & Wireless.
19 December 2012, 10:00
T-Mobile pay monthly contract holders complained the most.
27 June 2012, 08:45
Three warning letters sent to infringers before revealing identity.
22 May 2012, 09:39
Get Online @ Home scheme bundles TalkTalk broadband with 'no nonsense' PCs.
1 May 2012, 09:48
Court rules ISPs must stop access to the file sharing site.
22 September 2011, 14:48
It looks like the aggressive pursuit of market share comes at a cost.
18 August 2011, 11:35
The ISP continued to incorrectly bill its customers after being told to sort it out.
11 November 2010, 14:38
BT and TalkTalk gain a minor victory in their bid to avoid becoming the Internet police.
2 November 2010, 11:42
Firms could face fines if they don’t stop their naughtiness.
8 July 2010, 14:25
BT and TalkTalk have launched a legal challenge to the Act, on the basis that it was made law with ‘insufficient scrutiny’.