VoIP News: January 2012
It is now vital that companies have access to the latest superfast business broadband connections if they are to succeed in a commercial environment. The north-east of England has become the latest region to be warned of the potential damage done by not investing in the best internet on offer. According to the Northern Echo, the broadband plans of several local authorities are in trouble and failure to see them through could cost millions of pounds in lost government cash.
Posted on: 2012-01-31, in: Broadband
People and businesses in London appear to be missing out on a golden opportunity to use the latest voice over internet protocol (VoIP) solutions at their very best, as a result of an internet slowdown. New research by consumer website uSwitch. com has found the city is the worst of all the UK's major destinations when it comes to mobile broadband.
Posted on: 2012-01-31, in: General VoIP
Businesses in Norfolk may find that the actions of local politicians help them to invest in voice over internet protocol (VoIP) solutions. A campaign is being run in the county in a bid to encourage people to back plans to upgrade broadband infrastructure – and it appears the first to get on board are parliamentary, district, city and parish level representatives. The Eastern Daily Press has told how the Say Yes to Better Broadband campaign is winning widespread approval among politicians.
Posted on: 2012-01-30, in: General VoIP
The residents and firms of Bracknell are to be boosted by an imminent upgrade to business broadband connections, it has been confirmed. Ofcom has outlined plans to improve internet services to the vast majority of the UK – including much of the Berkshire town, Get Bracknell reported. Indeed, some 98 per cent of its population should be in a position to benefit from the project.
Posted on: 2012-01-30, in: Broadband
BT has unveiled plans to rollout superfast broadband services to apartment buildings in the UK. Under the proposals for the extension of its Openreach network, the company is seeking 1,000 structures to take part in a pilot scheme. Companies based in buildings benefiting from the trials may find they receive better business broadband services.
Posted on: 2012-01-27, in: Broadband
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