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BSkyB Sealed A £10bn Deal To Build Sky Europe
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BSkyB has sealed a £10bn deal to create Sky Europe, buying its sister pay-TV companies in Germany and Italy from Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox. The deal will maintain Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox 39% stake in the enlarged Sky, which will bring together 20 million customers in three of Europe’s richest economies. “This transaction […]

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ACT New Broadband Brand – Fibernet
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Indian fiber broadband service provider, Atria Convergence Technologies Pvt. Ltd.(ACT) has launched its new broadband brand called ACT Fibernet, which underscores ACT’s continuing commitment to offer consumers the fastest, most consistent and “unparalleled Internet experience”, through the immensely scalable and future proof technology of fiber optic. The group CEO of the ACT group, Bala Malladi […]

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Half of US Broadband Users Engaging With Mobile Video Apps Regularly
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Online video has changed the way we create, view and share video online today. And with the innovative technology on smartphones constantly advancing, supporting video on mobile devices has become the new “next best thing”. Cisco estimates that video will account for 79 percent of all IP traffic in 2018, climbing from 65 percent in […]

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ADSL vs Mobile Broadband Prices in South Africa
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In South Africa, there are cases where mobile broadband can be cheaper and faster than DSL.Generally, the cost of an ADSL subscription from a consumer perspective can be broken into three categories: ADSL access, ADSL account, and phone line rental. If you get a stand-alone ADSL service from Telkom you have to a pay a […]

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Better Broadband Plan To Close Digital Divide
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The Labour Party is promising three contestable funds totalling $21.1 million over four years to improve broadband connectivity in New Zealand. Party leader David Cunliffe says one in five Kiwis don’t have access to the internet. Communications spokeswoman Clare Curran said the party would bring forward a comprehensive review of telecommunications legislation which was now […]

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