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ADSL vs Fibre Broadband

Fibre broadband and ADSL broadband are the two types of fixed-line broadband most common in the UK, but what does that mean? ADSL Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) is carried through the copper wires of your phone line and is the most generally available category of broadband, of which there are two types: ADSL1, which is capable of a maximum speed of about 8Mbit/s, and ADSL2+ a maximum speed of about 24Mbit/s. These speeds, however,…

BT Told to Share Poles for Ultrafast Fibre Internet

Telecom regulator, Ofcom says BT has to make it simpler for rival internet providers to have access to its telegraph poles, connecting homes directly to the fibre network provides quicker internet speeds than copper cables. To make it more economical for companies to connect ultrafast full fibre broadband infrastructure, Ofcom has published a list of new measures so that companies such as Talk Talk and Hyperoptic can become more competitive. BT has said, “it will…