Is there such a thing as Free Broadband?

Green Telecom Managing Director Steve Hayden says it isn’t. All ISPs that supply broadband to a home or business will make a charge somewhere.

November 26, 2015 by

USA Telecom doesn’t have enough airwaves for your selfies

Nowadays we can’t live without wireless Internet. We use our mobile phones, tablets or laptops with integrated wireless cards to communicate with others and search information. We spend our days connected to the Internet through hundreds of apss, websites and services, thus using an incredible amount of data.
September 21, 2015 by

Customers sue Windstream to get higher broadband speeds

A number of Windstream's clients in the state of Alabama aren't glad about the wireline DSL tech that they are getting from Windstream, and they are suing the company in the hopes the company will respond by upgrading its wireline infrastructure...

Yoigo raises top FTTH Broadband speed to 300 Mb/s

Spanish operator Yoigo has raised its top broadband speed to 300 Mbps, in line with the upgrade on Telefonica's fibre network. Over DSL, Yoigo now offers a top speed of 30 Mbps, under its Fusion quad-play plans...


Crash In Seagoville Causes AT&T Outage

A car crashed into an AT&T terminal box in Seagoville - in Dallas County, Texas. Reported on the Sunday morning the accident caused up to 800 AT&T customers in the area to lose phone and internet service...


C Spire win award for 1GB FTTH Internet expansion

C Spire's video-friendly, ultra-high speed 1Gbps fibre-to-the-home Internet technology initiative in Mississippi has received the 2015 Star Award from the FTTH Council for helping promote the expansion of consumer broadband access in the US...