[UK-Bug] News .. NTL, AOL, Bulldog, BT .. baaah, and lots more !

Discussion in 'Broadband' started by Andy Jenkins, Feb 19, 2004.

  1. Andy Jenkins

    Andy Jenkins Guest

    Evening ..

    HUGE update this evening .. sorry for those with a adversion for
    text!! Anyone know where to buy new stickers for the keyboard keys ?
    ;o)

    Anyway, here they are .. courtesy of your favorite bug :eek:)

    Surf before you fly
    British Airways has struck a deal to install 80 wireless access points
    in main customer lounges around the globe.
    http://snipurl.com/4lyr

    BIG unimpressed with Ofcom findings.
    BIG have detailed how unimpressed they are with the latest Ofcom's
    Broadband market review.
    http://snipurl.com/4lyi

    NTL 1GB cap letters sent out
    Hundred of NTL Broadband customers have today received warning letters
    regarding exceeding the ISPs 1GB daily cap.
    http://snipurl.com/4lxi

    AOL call for more wholesale competition at major ISP meeting.
    The Register today reports that at a recent gathering of ISP
    representatives, AOL have again citing their determination of calling
    for inreased competition in the broadband wholesale market.
    http://snipurl.com/4lya

    20Mbps DSL at the end of 2004
    Bulldog Communications have again reiterated their intention to supply
    a 20Mbps DSL product - and they've even said when !
    http://snipurl.com/4lxk

    BT Wins NHS Broadband contract
    BT have been awarded a 7 year £530 million contract to provide and
    manage a broadband network that will link all NHS organisations in
    England.
    http://snipurl.com/4lxl

    Broadband usage increases again!!
    Broadband usage has continued to rise during December. According to
    figures just released by the Office of National Statistics there were
    6.5% more internet users than the previous year and 0.8% more than in
    November.
    http://snipurl.com/4lxm
     
    Andy Jenkins, Feb 19, 2004
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