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Ireland looks like it's outpacing Britain in the superfast broadband rollout stakes

Comment A national fibre plan, what's that?

BT best provider for 10Mbps USO, says former digi minister Ed Vaizey

Any regrets on the pro-BT stance? Nah

Colour us shocked: ISPs not that keen to sign up for Universal Service Obligation

'Either the government pays for it, or consumers do'

Vodafone: Dear customers. We're sorry we killed your Demon

It's part of our £2bn customer service systems overhaul

NBN delivers boring, solid result for 2015/2016

Where's the money coming from after the gummint's last billions? Don't know yet

EFF vows to take up muni broadband cause after FCC denied

Digital crusaders warm up efforts to build city-owned networks

Labor's new comms spokesperson Michelle Rowland gets off to a bad start

Netflix speeds are not a good indicator of the NBN's progress

Cisco gives cable industry tech for 10Gbps uploads on DOCSIS 3.1

Full Duplex project gets reference silicon for free to make broadband symmetrical

Judges put FCC back in its box: No, you can't override state laws, not even for city broadband

Funnily enough, US regulator can't just do whatever it wants

UK local govt body blasts misleading broadband speed ads

Won't someone please think of the farmers

ISP roundup: Google mulls fiber-less Fiber, America goes Wow, Comcast still terrible

Wire cuts, ad complaints, and big promises around the States

Vodafone bins line rental charges as it moves onto TalkTalk's turf

The ASA will soon require operators to advertise services in one monthly fee

Again with the cheap internet access in India, Facebook?

This time with Wi-Fi, a state-owned telco on board and maybe the return of Free Basics

Virgin signs up record ultrafast broadband subs

Revenue up in Blighty, but still playing catch up with BT on triple play

UK telco market worth £37.5bn, Ofcom reports

Breaking Bad was the most-streamed series of 2015

Sky fibre down at breakfast-time across the nation

Soz, engineers are looking into it...

And now we go live to Nashville for the latest on Google Fiber v AT&T and, yup, it's a mess

Web ads giant not helping its case by cutting gas lines

US state sues Comcast for $100m in row over 'worthless' repair plans

Unlimited free troubleshooting and repairs is a minefield of caveats, says Washington AG

nbn™ switches on first Telstra HFC-powered broadband services

100/40Mbps services available to 2,300 Perth homes

How to upgrade cities to 40Gbps broadband without replacing today's fiber network

Verizon to test gear to boost speeds to homes, businesses

Oz regulator eyes broadband marketing

ISPs fudging performance claims in ads? Say it isn't so!

Ofcom: Legal separation will force Openreach to eat more fibre

Plans for 2 million FTTP connections in next four years 'not enough'

Zen loses its chill: UK biz ISP falls offline for four hours and counting

Updated TITSUP: Total Inability To Support Upset Punters

Not-BT-Openreach' biz CityFibre sextuples pipeline

Seems to be doing a roaring trade

Ofcom should push for fibre – Ex BT CTO

'Aiming for mediocre speeds is such a British attitude'

nbn™ talks up HFC upgrades to gigabit speed

Research points out that HFC is widely-used and fast, but we knew that already and fibre fanatics don't care

BT customers hit by broadband outage ... again

Another power problem, this time at Telehouse North

MPs tell BT: Lay more fibre or face split with Openreach

'Compelling evidence' BT Group 'exploiting... vertical integration'

Openreach boss Clive Selley wants Ofcom to wrap it up already

Interview I need certainty to get on with upgrades, says BT man

nbnTM names six shops to re-build Telstra's HFC network

And TITSUP Telstra gets to manage them all

Keep up the pressure on the telcos, Canada

Sysadmin Blog Connecting Canada is a slow and political process

CityFibre takes on Ofcom over pledge to open BT ducts and poles

Regulator now says dark fibre sufficient

Oz competition regulator seeks input on ending wholesale ADSL declaration

NBN is likely to make the service obsolete. If the clown-show gets it built

Telstra restarting long-stalled ADSL investment

Wait, what?

The problem with Canada? The price of broadband is too damn high

Opinion And other telco oligopoly moans... Our resident maple leafer talks to digi rights group

Brexit, schmexit: BT and Oracle join hands for a cloudy tryst

But partnerships not the same as winning new biz – analyst

Can gigabit fibre services revive Adelaide?

South Oz government to open up academic network to commercial customers

Maine town plans to become 'Gigabit Island'

Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale...

Chattanooga mayor credits muni broadband with aiding city's revival

Unemployment is down because of our 10Gb pipeline … and also the new auto factory

Telstra's 'future of medical diagnosis' needs just 5Mbps

If the future happens at 5Mbps, we need fibre to the what exactly why?

Fat fibre taxes strangling us – UK broadband providers

'A real kick in the cabinets', moans Virgin Media exec

Nokia to Oz: 5G will need fibre, and lots of it

Latency, capacity, reliability and new network architectures won't be easy to deliver