BT launches combined broadband and calls package
January 18, 2010
John Rees in the Mail on Sunday suggests revenues from broadband are likely to be up in the nine months to the end of December. TalkTalk, the Carphone Warehouse’s fixed-line division have substantially increased their broadband customers to 4.16 billion (up by 46,000 in the last quarter) following their aquisition of Tiscali in May 2009.
The fixed-line market was boosted too when O2 unveiled plans to offer, land-line services. Likewise, BT has just launched a combined broadband and Anytime calls package – its first bundled offer since restraints were lifted by the regulator last year. BT has additionally launched a high-speed fibre network of up to 40 Mbps by activating four exchanges in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester and Taffs Well, near to Cardiff. BT’s Openreach wholesale business is ready to take orders from Internet service providers - for more details visit www.bt.com - learn more and be at the head of the queue.
Best broadband for mac, February 2008
March 5, 2008
Please find the published details of Mac broadband’s best mac ISPs – Data calculated for the month of February 2008.
See our current ranking and ratings in our best broadband for mac table.
Movers and Shakers for February
- Madasafish remains in the top slot as the most popular broadband provider on the Mac Broadband website
- Zen haveswapped position with BT and gone to number 2
- Sky are surging up the table from position 7 to position 4
- Demon have slipped back from position 6 in January 2008 to position 10 in February
Best broadband for macs, January 2008
February 5, 2008
Here is a the Mac Broadband league table of the best broadband for mac – as voted by you. The data is for January 2007.
- Zen internet
View our Top10 best broadband for macs.
How is the rank calculated?
What we do is measure the popularity of broadband providers that our website visitors read and then go on to look at. We then add the data up and sort it into a rank. All the data is anonymous.