The UK Government is to Launch its £67m Gigabit Voucher Scheme for SME’s which you can claim via Karma Computing. The Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme (GBVS) has been launched nationwide for investment in broadband projects, with vouchers being granted for projects ranging between £500-£3000. That’s right, the
The Guardian wrote about the best ways to test broadband speed, but missed out the trustworthiness of the humble speed check. If you're shopping around for a new broadband provider and want to trust the information you're reading, it's worth knowing a few facts about how broadband speeds are estimated.
Who is the best business broadband provider? Karma Computing is the best business broadband provider for small to medium based businesses if you value quick support and honest pricing. Based in Newcastle Upon Tyne Karma Computing services the whole of the UK. Small business broadband isn't just about getting online
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What is Naked Broadband? Naked Broadband (and naked DSL) is a term used to describe Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC) broadband without a needing to have a telephone service. So it's genuinely broadband without a phone service. Trials for it have been ongoing by BTOpenreach since 2014, the official name is 'Single-Order FTTC'.
Will broadband work without a microfilter? If I don't use a microfilter will my broadband still work? No. You will experience drop-outs (occasional drops in your connections). We asked a seasoned telecoms engineer this question: A microfilter is really to cut out the ringing current, so even if there's no
17mb broadband is more than enough for example if you're a small family two kids. For browsing the internet watching iPlayer and doing internet banking 17mb broadband is an ample speed. Bare in mind that Ofcom reported in 2016 that: > The average actual fixed broadband download speed delivered to UK
When choosing the right internet for your business think about: * How many people will be using the connection, because this affects if you really need fibre or not. * Avoid cheap 'bundled' packages which combine energy/phone/water, you're almost always being ripped off by a broker * Choose technically competent providers.