Archive for the ‘internet speed’ Topic
Publication: Rural consumers in the UK
Published: 20 April 2011
This report brings together Consumer Focus rural policy and research findings from over the years in order to paint a single picture of rural deprivation and vulnerability. It shows that there is a strong case for advocating on behalf of rural consumers.
Published: 27 July 2010
Responding to Ofcom research into UK broadband speeds, Robert Hammond, Head of Post and Digital Communications at Consumer Focus, said: “If consumers pay for a Ferrari-style internet service, they should not get push bike speeds. Broadband users should get what they pay for. The Advertising Standards Authority should take a tough approach to broadband providers [...]