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BT to spend £50 million bringing fibre broadband to more UK cities

BT to spend £50 million bringing fibre broadband to more UK cities

By 24 January 2014

BT will be throwing a hefty £50 million at fibre broadband expansion. This will bring greater connectivity to more than 30 cities and over 400,000 properties, it has announced. BT's fibre broadband offers speeds of up to 300Mbps with the likes of BT... >>

BT offers Infinity and Broadband deals in its own January sale

BT offers Infinity and Broadband deals in its own January sale

By 30 December 2013

In the spirit of the new year BT has decided to hack the charges of its Infinity Broadband internet for those signing up in January or February. BT Infinity 1 uses fibre-based broadband for high-speed connections. During January new customers will pay... >>

Win: A £1,000 entertainment package courtesy of BT

Win: A £1,000 entertainment package courtesy of BT

By 18 October 2013

To celebrate BT's new range of products designed to make it easier to connect your gadgets to the internet, Pocket-lint has teamed up with the service provider to give away a full entertainment package. And it's an awesome one. The package will include... >>

BT HomeHub 4 hands-on: Bringing dual-band home

BT HomeHub 4 hands-on: Bringing dual-band home

By 26 July 2013

One of the key points BT is pushing with its new HomeHub 4 router is the slim design. Not only is it designed to be less obtrusive in your home, but the packaging has also been created to make delivery easy, so it can be posted through your front door.... >>

BT Infinity 300 to launch in 2013, up to 300Mb fibre optic broadband

BT Infinity 300 to launch in 2013, up to 300Mb fibre optic broadband

By 10 July 2013

BT has announced it will be offer 300Mbps broadband to customers in the UK later this year. Utilising fibre to the premises technology (FTTP), it will be on offer to those within reach of the 50 exchange areas with FTTP employed to date. The British company... >>

BT HomeHub 5: Wi-Fi ac support, Gigabit Ethernet, the partner for your 300mbps Infinity broadband

BT HomeHub 5: Wi-Fi ac support, Gigabit Ethernet, the partner for your 300mbps Infinity broadband

By 10 July 2013

BT will be launching the BT HomeHub 5 later in 2013, following hot on the heels of the HomeHub 4. The BT HomeHub 5 will bring with it support for the latest 802.11ac Wi-Fi protocol, as well as including Gigabit Ethernet connections to give you faster... >>

BT Vision subscribers to lose Sky Sports if they don't take Infinity broadband

BT Vision subscribers to lose Sky Sports if they don't take Infinity broadband

By 27 June 2013

Many BT Vision subscribers are angry that they will lose access to Sky Sports when the communications and broadcaster launches its own BT Sport channels from 1 August. Because BT Sport will be filling the digital terrestrial television channel slots that... >>

BT Home Hub 4 quietly released, brings dual-band technology, £35 upgrade price

BT Home Hub 4 quietly released, brings dual-band technology, £35 upgrade price

By 20 May 2013

BT has quietly released a new Home Hub router for BT Broadband or BT Infinity customers. The BT Home Hub 4 is the latest version of BT's own router, the last, the BT Home Hub 3, was released in February 2011. "This is our best ever Home Hub. We're once... >>

BT Infinity becomes truly unlimited: No more traffic management, says BT

BT Infinity becomes truly unlimited: No more traffic management, says BT

By 4 February 2013

BT Infinity has been transformed into a truly unlimited package. The service no longer has any fair usage restrictions or traffic management. BT Infinity had previously set limits on customers' use of the high-speed fibre optic service under restrictions... >>

YouView from BT
3.5 out of 5

YouView from BT

By 5 December 2012

YouView comes in several flavours. You can walk into a shop on the high street and pick up the YouView box and plug it into your existing aerial and internet connection, or you can buy as part of a wider package. We've already reviewed the hardware, so... >>


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