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We’re really excited to announce that after a year of planning and development we’ve now launched Prime Video from Amazon.
Exam season is a challenging time in most households without the added frustration of slow and unreliable internet.
This Easter weekend TalkTalk is encouraging families to spend more time together and take part in a nationwide movie Easter Egg hunt. If you’re wondering what that is then you’re not alone, as new research from TalkTalk TV has found that 65% of parents don’t know what a movie Easter Egg is. A movie Easter egg is a visual nod to a previous character or film cleverly hidden in a scene - and big budget films are often littered with them. For example, you may have found yourself watching Frozen for 10th time, but have you ever spotted Rapunzel roaming the streets of Arendelle?
Wi-Fi is now an essential part of our connected lives, with most of us preferring to browse the web on our smartphones and tablets instead of the desktop PC gathering dust in the spare room.
Across the country, Brits are turning their living rooms into their new exercise hot spot with almost 70% favouring alternative workout locations than more expensive gyms according to our recent research.
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.