Massive variations in broadband speeds across Britain mean the time taken to download a film can take up to 15 hours in some areas and just nine minutes in others, a report has revealed.
Slow broadband is still largely the scourge of the British countryside, but data from independent comparison website uSwitch.com shows even some urban parts of the UK are suffering from slow connection speeds, despite being just a short distance from areas with much higher speeds.
Overall, the report claims that 40 per cent of all Britons experience speeds of under 5Mbps, at which it takes 13 minutes to download just one episode of a TV show. Continue reading
Recent Ofcom results show that BT has the worst track record of complaints for Pay TV, and didn’t fare much better for broadband or landline.
UK communications regulator Ofcom regularly releases reports on telecoms, broadband, and pay TV services. Specifically, they provide details of the number of complaints that they Continue reading