Broadband Content Editor
Vodafone is offering six months free on its fastest Gigafast packages, and three months free on its slower Gigafast options
The new Google Chromecast with Google TV is a brand new way to stream content and get access to your favourite online content.
See Amazon's latest Wi-Fi mesh routers, the Eero 6 and Eero 6 Pro, now boasting Wi-Fi 6 capability for compatible devices.
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Scientists at University College London have achieved record-breaking internet speeds that would revolutionise broadband as we know it.
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This additional broadband line from Vodafone will free-up your bandwidth to work from home without any interruptions.
The telecoms regulator has opened up more radio frequency for Wi-Fi routers in UK homes, allowing for faster, more reliable wireless speeds.
3.2 million 'hard to reach' premises across the UK have been given the green light for full fibre broadband over the next few years.
Starlink is set to breathe new life into satellite broadband, providing never-before-seen speeds for the technology. Here's the lowdown on Elon Musk's newest venture...
The hyperfast broadband provider is gifting a temporary speed boost to those who sign up to their rolling monthly contracts.
Sky Q has finally started rolling out HDR support to its programming — see if you have access to it and what TV shows you can see it on.
Two telecoms giants have decided to join forces in the UK to create a provider on the same scale as BT.
Most customers who started a BT contract last year will be affected by these new price rises.
BT has unveiled new products, a new Halo customer service programme and new partnerships to revamp its customer experience.
Internet service providers will have to start making their broadband packages fairer for customers, according to a new report published by Ofcom.
The broadband provider will start allowing new and old customers access to similarly-priced tariffs and will make an effort to improve its service for vulnerable customers.