In the week that a lot of attention was focused on a Scottish man leaving his job of 27 years to spend more time with the wife, UK incumbent BT announced a major coup – it would be offering access to 38 live Premier League football games free via its new BT Sport channel – and this would bundled free to anyone signing up to its BT Broadband subscriptions. The deal consists of two channels BT Sport 1 and BT Sport 2 in both SD and HD variants.
Written by Mike Hibberd, Editorial Director, Telecoms.com Just over ten years ago I went backpacking in Brazil for a month with some friends. We arrived in Rio de Janeiro, one […]
Caio Bonilha, President of Brazilian operator Telebrás is appearing at the Broadband LATAM conference taking place on 2 – 3 July 2013 at the Grand Hyatt, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Ahead […]
Jason Gaedtke is director of engineering at YouTube and is speaking at the Terabit 2013 conference, taking place at the Sheraton Fisherman’s Wharf Hotel on 4-5 June in San Francisco. […]
A few days ago I came home to find that I couldn’t get online. My wifi was on – but there was nobody home, so to speak. While my router […]
Ricardo Sanfelice, marketing and products executive director for GVT Brazil, is speaking on Day One of the Broadband LATAM 2013 conference, taking place on 2-3 July 2013 at the Grand […]
No we’re in Austin, Texas too! That’s the message from Google, which has announced that its ambitious Google Fiber project will be coming to Austin, Texas, and the city is […]