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The below wireless news is from a number of sources including: Hack a Day and The Register.

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Thursday, 08 September 2011 08:53

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BT best provider for 10Mbps USO, says former digi minister Ed Vaizey
Thursday, 18 August 2016 17:01

BT's Openreach is the internet provider best placed to deliver the government's plan for a Universal Service Obligation (USO) of 10Mbps by the end of the decade, former digital minister Ed Vaizey has said.

Speaking to The Register , Vaizey said: "I think if you want the most effective, quickest and likely-to-be-delivered solution, it should be Openreach delivering it without a subsidy from the government."

This week, Ofcom published its response to a consultation calling for input on how the USO should be delivered. It revealed that many service providers do not want to take on the job.

The regulator

Colour us shocked: ISPs not that keen to sign up for Universal Service Obligation
Wednesday, 17 August 2016 01:09

Telco regulator Ofcom has admitted that internet service providers are not particularly eager to sign up to the government's Universal Service Obligation.

The USO is intended to give everyone the legal right to request 10Mbps by 2018.

However, in its summary of responses for its call for input to the plans earlier this year, Ofcom said providers were lukewarm about taking on the role.

It said: "We note that, although the majority of respondents called for a competitive designation process, most industry stakeholders did not express a willingness to become a designated USO provider.

"This could affect the degree to

Vodafone: Dear customers. We're sorry we killed your Demon
Tuesday, 16 August 2016 19:09

Vodafone is withdrawing its free legacy Demon email service and is giving customers the choice of either moving their addresses to another, paid-for service or losing them altogether.

The operator has struck a deal with NamesCo that allows customers to transfer their accounts for £30 per year. Previously the legacy Demon service allowed an unlimited number of email accounts per domain.

One customer got in touch to complain of the costs. He said: "Vodafone should accept ongoing responsibility for the Demon domain names that underpin those identities."

Demon Internet was one of the UK's earliest ISPs, offering dial-up internet access

NBN delivers boring, solid result for 2015/2016
Tuesday, 16 August 2016 12:59

nbn TM , the entity building and operating Australia's National Broadband Network, has delivered a pretty dull set of annual results.

The headline numbers are straightforward: there are now 1.1 million active customers (compared to 486,000 last year), and ready-for-service premises hit 2.9 million.

Revenue is up to AU$421 million, and average-revenue-per-user (ARPU) is $43 per month (up seven per cent).

Losses have also risen because of the capex needed to build the network and because of rising subscriber costs.

For the first time, the company has broken out its subscriber costs, which it say were $193 million in financial

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