Ofcom to research rural and urban broadband divide

I was quite amused today when I checked out the website of the Commission for Rural Communities blogs to find they are reporting that Ofcom have announced it is launching a programme of research into broadband speeds throughout the country and a voluntary code of conduct for suppliers. I immediately clicked over to Ofcomwatch, knowing [...]


Thinkbroadband.com confirms Ofcom got it wrong

Just 3 days after my little rant about the Ofcom rural broadband report being unrealistic we now see just how wrong they got it. The Times Online reported yesterday – Rural Britain loses out in battle of broadband which of course is no surprise to us in rural areas but I am left wondering why [...]

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Ofcom Rural Broadband Report is Unrealistic

This month saw the release of the latest Ofcom report on the Nations Communications Market and it left me asking whether anyone surveyed north of the Watford Gap. In his forward to the report Mr Ed Richards, Chief Executive of Ofcom, states “For example, broadband. In the first two years that we have reported, we [...]