More people in the UK would prefer to have a reliable and consistent broadband connection over ultra-fast speeds, according to Nominet.

Half of Britons would trust their broadband or mobile provider more if the networks pro-actively alerted users to the quality and objectivity of news websites they view.

Openreach (BT) will slash wholesale prices on its around 1.5 million full fibre (FTTP) connections, in an effort to encourage ISPs to offer the ultrafast services and consumers to sign up.

Consumers were most dissatisfied with Plusnet’s fixed line broadband and landline phone services during the first quarter of 2019—at least based on the number of complaints filed to Ofcom.

More than 75% (77.8%) of new homes are being built with full fibre connections, according to an analysis by Thinkbroadband.

Nearly half of all broadband subscribers have never switched their provider, and for many it’s because they fear the hassle.

The UK’s largest mobile network provider EE has recently released details for its first broadband plans using the new 5G network.

Telecoms regulator Ofcom has toughened regulations to stop mobile and broadband providers from preventing or hindering customers from moving their phone numbers to different providers.

Vodafone’s 5G network launched in seven UK cities on Wednesday, bringing average speeds of 150 to 200 Mbps to lucky customers—and peak speeds of 1 Gbps.

It may come as little surprise to you that there are more and more options available all the time when it comes to choosing a broadband package.