Broadband technology and product news, May 2015
01 May 2015 by Saul Waldram
York Becomes First UK City to Receive Friendly WiFi Accreditation
The City of York in England has become the first in the world to achieve a new “Friendly Wi-Fi” accreditation.....

Ovum Predicts Mobile Operators Could Switch Off 2G and 3G by 2020
Telecoms analysts at Ovum have claimed that Mobile Network Operators, such as Three UK, Vodafone, EE and O2 in the United Kingdom, could potentially cut costs and adopt a pure 4G (LTE) focus by switching off their legacy 2G and 3G platforms by 2020.

PlusNet, Virgin Media and Sky Top 2015 UK Home Broadband ISP Survey
The results from the annual Broadband Genie 2015 survey have been announced, which saw PlusNet come top in four of the five survey categories (overall satisfaction score of 76%) to secure the Best Broadband Provider award.

EE to hit 14 million 4G target as BT deal nears
Mobile phone giant EE, which is being bought by BT for £12.5?billion, today said it was “firmly on track” to reach its target of 14?million customers on its 4G service by the end of this year.

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