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Our new logo marks Top 10 Broadband’s coming of age after its launch in 2007, and points to the direction of the ‘Top 10’ brand as we move into new sectors above and beyond. The keen-eyed among you will also notice our figurehead, the distinguished Dr. Broadband making more appearances in illustrations. Look out for him on all our guide pages and elsewhere on the site, where he’ll be popping up in the manner of a Broadband “Where’s Wally”?

Improvements to the website have seen the introduction of a completely new approach to navigation to make it even easier for our customers to find their way around. That means that you’ll be able to see an even wider range of comparison tables, news, blogs, guides and tools. It’s easier to find, but that’s not to say there’s less content. We’ll still be publishing more news, blogs and reviews than any other broadband comparison website – as well in-depth reports into the sector.

We’ve also given our homepage a fresh, new makeover. With less information and text on view as well as new larger, more colourful boxes, it’s now as simple as can be to access the most popular content features. And we’ve also enlarged and improved client logos to make your favourite brands as prominent as possible.

We think you’ll love the difference.

To celebrate the launch, today we’re running a fun competition to win an iPod Shuffle. Check our blog later on today for further details.

Watch this space for the latest news from the team at Top 10, and we will keep you posted with all the big updates as they happen.

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