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BT draws fire over broadband price hike

Consumer broadband groups have hit out after BT put up its broadband prices... ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Extra £440m to get superfast broadband to hardest-to-reach places in UK

Government announces extra funding for its superfast broadband roll-out, with 600,000 more premises expected to benefit... ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Ofcom says 5% of UK properties still lack sufficient broadband access

Ofcom’s Connected Nations report highlights improvements in broadband speed and connectivity across the UK, as well as areas that are still ripe for improvement... ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Manchester tech firms clamour for faster broadband connections

Tech businesses in Manchester are crying out for better broadband connections, according to a report commissioned by digital connectivity analysts WiredScore ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Business rate increases will hurt UK broadband sector, says industry

Stakeholders have criticised the Valuation Office Agency for huge rises in business rates on fibre cables that may affect the cost of broadband services ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

CityFibre nears end of Edinburgh fibre broadband roll-out

Urban fibre broadband supplier CityFibre is nearing the end of a 12-month, 150km network dig in Edinburgh, its largest project to date ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Slow broadband causes widespread stress, campaigners claim

A report compiled for the ISP-led Fix Britain’s Internet campaign has said that millions of people are experiencing stress and anxiety because of slow and unreliable broadband ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Broadband connection voucher SMEs generate substantial ROI

London SMEs that received help in getting online through the government’s broadband connection voucher scheme in 2015 are generating much more money, according to a report ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Australia’s new government under pressure to hit broadband targets

Newly elected conservative coalition government will see Australia’s National Broadband Network plan become a higher priority ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Openreach starts duct and pole sharing trials for broadband delivery

Openreach enlists five broadband services providers to take part in a trial of processes for sharing access to its duct and pole infrastructure ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Digital Economy Bill enshrines right to broadband into UK law

Legislation introduced to parliament will place the right to broadband into law alongside measures to improve data sharing and online protection ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

Australia’s National Broadband Network project up in the air

As Australian voters go to the polls this weekend, the future of the country's National Broadband Network is up in the air ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News