Saturday, 10 December 2016

UK Broadband relishes new assault on London's fixed-line market

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Wednesday 04 June 14

Fixed-wireless ISP claims consumers, SMEs wasting £193 million per year on unwanted landline rental fees.

UK Broadband renewed its effort to shake up London's fixed-line market on Wednesday with the launch of a fresh fixed-wireless service that offers unlimited data. Called Relish, the service runs on the company's TD-LTE spectrum in the 3.5-GHz and 3.6-GHz bands and claims to offer an average connection speed of 30 Mbps. It is being deployed first in central London, followed by a broader rollout across the capital. Unlike most traditional fixed broadband services in the U.K., it does not require customers to rent a home phone line from BT…

UK Broadband renewed its effort to shake up London's fixed-line market on Wednesday with the launch of a fresh fixed-wireless service that offers unlimited data. Called Relish, the service runs on the company's TD-LTE spectrum in the 3.5-GHz and 3.6-GHz bands and claims to offer an average connection speed of 30 Mbps. It is being deployed first in central London, followed by a broader rollout across the capital. Unlike most traditional fixed broadband services in the U.K., it does not require customers to rent a home phone line from BT…

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