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What does the term "up to" mean in broadband advertising? New broadband advertising proposals have offered a clarification.

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Good news for gamers as On Live reaches the UK but their data allowances will be less thrilled. The service can eat through a 10GB data allowance in just five hours.

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The 'soft limits' on O2's unlimited broadband deals have been smashed in order to make their offers truly unlimited.

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Putting the emphasis on the broadband speeds leaves those who are digitally excluded behind, an LSE report warns.

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Automatic contracts have been banned by the Ofcom. However, BT, one of the few ISPs still to use these contracts, has protested.

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Three are helping to turn the UK not spots into hotspots by offering rural areas free access to external modem devices and dongles.

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Virgin Media and Spotify form stream dream team with exclusive special offers.

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BT have lost a request to gain access to the cable pipes owned by Virgin Media broadband.

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Virgin Media have launched a petition calling broadband speeds adverts using the term 'up to' to be banned.

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Copyright holders could decide which websites are censored under a new code for UK ISPs.

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