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As part of our UFO network build, we are working with local schools, groups and organisations to support the local communities we are working in.
It’s not only the connected homes and businesses in York that have noticed the ultrafast speeds. Revealed as the city with the fastest broadband in the UK by an article in Ideal Home magazine, York’s state of the art network is attracting attention nationally.
From being founded by the Romans in AD 71 to running trains direct to London in 1840, York has a long history of making history. And it’s happening again. York now has the fastest broadband speeds in the UK thanks to our Ultra Fibre Optic network.
Today we've announced an acceleration of our full fibre strategy, with the launch of a company to build a new broadband network for Britain. The company, FibreNation, will roll out faster, more reliable broadband to three million homes and businesses.
The multiplayer action survival game, Fortnite: Battle Royale, has received a lot of media coverage recently due to its growing popularity amongst young people. It has highlighted a number of safety concerns particularly among parents who worry about the amount of time their kids spend online as a result of the addictive nature of the game, as well as concerns around online bullying. Here's some helpful information about the game giving guidance to parents and some of the things to be aware of.
Hi, my name’s Martin and I’m a senior technical specialist at TalkTalk. I’ve been evaluating the latest Wi-Fi mesh systems so we can make recommendations based on which systems are the easiest to set up and use, which have the best performance and which offer the most useful features. This is a completely independent review; the goal is to provide unbiased advice for anyone who’s thinking about extending their Wi-Fi coverage.