'New 'soft closers' good, but the acrylic panels make the bogs look like a CDT project
Repeatedly outage-hit firm mumbles usual apologies
Exclusive 'This is not the ISP of Richard Branson' insiders complain to El Reg
Here's a webpage of infographics. Now stop whinging, peons
'Project AirGig' shows the classics never die, but radio hams might feel homicidal
Could be in line for a multi-million pound fine
Citizens told they can't have broadband because something, something, competition
Ofcom ought to collect local data for local people
Yup, that's a Total Inability To Support Usual Plusnet
INCA people warn govt it's falling behind on fibre comms civilisation
Inteno says SOHOpeless security problem should be fixed by carriers
Telco takes a victory lap as ad giant's broadband plans collapse
Comment A national fibre plan, what's that?
Any regrets on the pro-BT stance? Nah
'Either the government pays for it, or consumers do'
It's part of our £2bn customer service systems overhaul
Where's the money coming from after the gummint's last billions? Don't know yet
Digital crusaders warm up efforts to build city-owned networks
Netflix speeds are not a good indicator of the NBN's progress
Full Duplex project gets reference silicon for free to make broadband symmetrical
Funnily enough, US regulator can't just do whatever it wants
Won't someone please think of the farmers
Wire cuts, ad complaints, and big promises around the States
The ASA will soon require operators to advertise services in one monthly fee
This time with Wi-Fi, a state-owned telco on board and maybe the return of Free Basics
Revenue up in Blighty, but still playing catch up with BT on triple play
Breaking Bad was the most-streamed series of 2015
Soz, engineers are looking into it...
Web ads giant not helping its case by cutting gas lines
Unlimited free troubleshooting and repairs is a minefield of caveats, says Washington AG
100/40Mbps services available to 2,300 Perth homes
Verizon to test gear to boost speeds to homes, businesses
ISPs fudging performance claims in ads? Say it isn't so!
Plans for 2 million FTTP connections in next four years 'not enough'
Updated TITSUP: Total Inability To Support Upset Punters
Seems to be doing a roaring trade
'Aiming for mediocre speeds is such a British attitude'
Research points out that HFC is widely-used and fast, but we knew that already and fibre fanatics don't care
Another power problem, this time at Telehouse North
'Compelling evidence' BT Group 'exploiting... vertical integration'
Interview I need certainty to get on with upgrades, says BT man
And TITSUP Telstra gets to manage them all