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US Consumers Rejecting Home Broadband In Favour of Mobiles

An interesting survey of US broadband consumers in the USA showed some interesting results recently. The Pew Research centre found that 80% of US adults have access to the Internet now, which is increasing slowly because presumably most people in … Continue reading

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‘Connected’ Broadband: The Trojan Horse that could prove key in securing and retaining subscribers?

I have blogged regularly about how broadband/network provision are the basic ‘table stakes’ that consumers expect. There is no longer a wow factor about speed – consumers expect the network to be fast, reliable, and allow them to do what … Continue reading

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Retails Banks Need Great Broadband Too

I have frequently blogged about how I believe that Internet Service Providers need to focus less on the network itself – which is becoming a hygiene factor – and emphasise the quality of the content available on their network. What … Continue reading

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Game on! The Battle Over Content Is Heating Up

I blogged recently about the importance of content and how I believe that the Internet Service Providers need to concern themselves more with the quality of content they are offering than with incremental improvements in network quality. Customers today take … Continue reading

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Who pays for Internet infrastructure?

You plug in your computer or connect your phone to 3G or 4G and you are online – the information flows. But have you ever thought about who is providing the infrastructure that allows information to flow around the world … Continue reading

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Will the BT-EE deal change telco content strategy?

The BT saga rolls on. Now it appears to be confirmed that they will takeover EE, the biggest mobile network in the UK. This would create a British giant by combining the largest landline network with the largest mobile network  … Continue reading

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Developing Rural Broadband Increases Customer Loyalty

In a recent blog I explored some of the potential routes to improving broadband speed across the country, but it seems that I forgot to mention the sea. BT has just completed a 250km subsea cable project that connects several … Continue reading

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