Posted on Jul 26 2012 by Claire Dutton-Merrills | Comments Off on Poll: Resellers – are you interested in moving your LLU broadband connections to Entanet for FREE with cashback?
Do you have TalkTalk, C&W, Virgin, O2 (BE) or Sky LLU broadband connections with another supplier, or customers who want to move to an LLU broadband service? If you do, we have a limited time offer to move your LLU broadband to us. We’ll give you a handsome cashback reward for every migration and new connection you bring to Entanet (Ts&Cs apply); we won’t charge a penny for migrating your existing connections to us and we won’t expect you to have a minimum quantity to qualify – we’ll pay you cashback on every connection.
To discover if this offer is of interest to you we have added a new poll, please let us know your thoughts. If you are interested in switching your LLU connections to Entanet and would like to find out more simply call us on 0333 101 9120 or use the contact form below.Read More »
Posted on Jun 27 2012 by Claire Dutton-Merrills | Comments Off on Poll: Are you interested in selling an easily configurable, hosted IP PBX system?
Demand for hosted VoIP is increasing rapidly especially with the increasing popularity of ‘cloud computing’. Therefore we have created a new poll to gather your thoughts about selling a hosted IP PBX system. Remember you can also leave us a comment below.Read More »
Posted on May 24 2012 by Gemma Dickinson | Comments Off on Poll: Up to 80Mbps FTTC is now available – are you seeing a demand for it?
A new faster variant of FTTC recently became available which provides download speeds of up to 80Mbps, but we would like to know if you are seeing a demand for this faster service? The industry press regularly informs us that customers are demanding faster and faster broadband and we are experiencing a continuing increase in demand for fibre based broadband services as their availability continues to extend, but do customers want and/or need speeds of up to 80Mbps yet? Please let us know your thoughts and share your experiences by participating in our poll or leaving us a comment below.
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Posted on Apr 10 2012 by Claire Dutton-Merrills | Comments Off on Poll: What do you think of the new ASA/CAP speed advertising guidelines?
The new ASA (Advertising Standards Authority) and CAP (Committee of Advertising Practice) guidelines, which are set to change the way providers advertise broadband speeds and ‘unlimited’ broadband, are now in full force. We covered the topic back in October: Opinion: ASA broadband guidelines – What will it mean for resellers?
The new guidelines will mean broadband providers are no longer able to advertise speeds based on the theoretical maximum the technology can achieve e.g. ‘up to 24Mbps for ADSL2+’. Instead, providers must advertise their packages based on the speeds that at least 10 percent of their customer base can achieve. Providers must also ensure this information is updated every six months, whilst reiterating that the customer may not actually achieve such speeds.Read More »
Posted on Mar 20 2012 by Claire Dutton-Merrills | Comments Off on Poll: Do you think the BDUK objectives will be achieved in 2015 as planned?
The Government’s Broadband Delivery UK project (BDUK), which aims to deliver superfast broadband to 90% of the country by 2015, has become a highly topical subject over the past few months. The Government has set aside an initial budget of £530 million, with another £100million recently added for super-connected cities and a further £100million from European funding. However, we would like to know what your thoughts are on this subject and whether you believe the BDUK will be successful. Therefore, we have created a new opinion poll to gather your thoughts. Remember you can also leave us a comment below.Read More »
Posted on Feb 21 2012 by Claire Dutton-Merrills | 1 Comment
The UK communication regulator, Ofcom, has recently launched a second consultation outlining potential changes to the current broadband Migration Authorisation Code (MAC) process. To replace the current methods, the regulator has presented three options including a Gaining Provider Led (GPL) solution, which includes a third party verification process; a Losing Provider Led solution, which is similar to the current MAC process but addresses problems with the back end systems; and a third option which basically just enhances the Gaining Provider and Losing Provider Led processes.Read More »
Posted on Jan 25 2012 by Gemma Dickinson | Comments Off on Poll: What do you think about the government spending £100m on ‘super-connected’ cities?
The Government recently announced its plans to invest £100m in 14 ‘super-connected’ cities across the UK which will then benefit from up to 100Mbps broadband services. We would like to know what you think about these announced plans and have added a new poll to capture your views. Alternatively, you can tell us your thoughts on this subject by adding a comment below.Read More »
Posted on Dec 05 2011 by Gemma Dickinson | 1 Comment
It’s been a busy year for the Internet industry with lots of controversial issues and news affecting ISPs, consumers and other industry bodies. We have covered many of these items on this opinion website. However, we would like to know your thoughts. Which of the issues raised in 2011 do you think will most greatly affect the Internet market in 2012? You can let us know your opinions on this by participating in our poll or by leaving us a comment below.Read More »
Posted on Nov 15 2011 by Claire Dutton-Merrills | Comments Off on Poll: Are you interested in reselling VoIP?
We recently published an article advising of six key reasons why we think you should be reselling VoIP (Opinion: 6 reasons why you should resell VoIP). We think now is the perfect time to get into VoIP but we would like to know what you think. Do you already sell VoIP or have you tried previously? We would like to hear your views and you can tell us by leaving a comment below and/or by participating in our new poll.Read More »
Posted on Oct 18 2011 by Claire Dutton-Merrills | 2 Comments
In our last opinion article, we discussed the new ASA (Advertising Standards Authority) and CAP (Committee of Advertising Practice) guidelines for the advertising of broadband speeds and ‘unlimited’ broadband packages and looked at how this change would affect resellers, end users and the industry as a whole. The new guidelines are set to take effect from April 1st 2012. We would like to know what your views are on these new guidelines and have therefore added a new poll to gather your thoughts. Please also feel free to leave us a comment below.Read More »