Site Status Update – New Gigabit Broadband Comparisons

Saturday, May 21, 2022 (12:01 a.m.) – Score 432

We have just completed an update to our Broadband ISP Comparison (listings), which makes some key changes intended to simplify the system and reduce the workload needed to keep it up to date – something that has become increasingly difficult with all the new vendors entering the market.

In short, we’ve removed a number of sub-categories and simplified the system by only listing ultra-fast (24 Mbps+), ultra-fast (100 Mbps+), and gigabit (the tier closest to 1 Gbps) class plans for each ISP. . A multi-gigabit category will be added in the future, once ISPs sell such a service. In addition to this, we have just completed another update of all vendors and packages in our database.

The “standard broadband” category (ADSL / sub-24 Mbps services) has also been moved to a retirement position for the future, but we will keep it for a few more years until FTTP networks have achieved significant coverage. UK. Various other small changes have also been made, but there are too many to mention.

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