Wifinity partners with Bramble Hub to become supplier on G-Cloud 8

Wifinity is pleased to announce that in partnership with Bramble Hub, we have been selected to offer our services on the new G-Cloud 8 catalogue, enabling our public sector customers to have access to superfast, robust WiFi connections no matter where they are, including in the UK’s most remote and hard-to-reach locations. G-Cloud 8 is […]

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Could WiFi help in reforming prisons?

The Government’s push for reforming the prison service is built around the need to improve rehabilitation rates. The shake up of the prison service was also at the heart of new laws laid out in the latest Queen’s speech. Supporting someone to follow a lawful path in life goes beyond a philosophical debate. Prisoners need […]

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Is it an either or: 5G or wireless?

Much has been said about 5Gs ability to provide an equivalent service to Wi-Fi, but is this really going to be the case? The £70m dedicated 5G Innovation Centre at the University of Surrey is heralding 5G as the future of wireless, and expects it to be up and running by 2020. Meanwhile, part of […]

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Holiday parks to make a smart choice

Holiday Parks know that, in order to survive, they need to be able to offer wireless connectivity to guests. Whether it is so a parent can keep up with work emails on a long weekend away, or so kids can be entertained on a rainy day, providing internet to guests is the only option these […]

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Wifinity shortlisted for Best Consumer Customer Service at the ISPAs

The finalists for the Internet Service Providers Association (ISPA) Awards were recently announced and we are pleased to say that Wifinity has ben shortlisted in the Best Consumer Customer Service category. The ISPA Awards is now in its 18th year and are independently judged by a panel of industry experts with technical testing carried out […]

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Why Ofcom’s BT ruling is bad for internet users

There’s been a lot of talk in the press recently about openreach and BT, about issues of ownership of infrastructure and how that affects the roll out of high-speed broadband. But what does it all mean, and how are internet users, and those still waiting to be connected, being short-changed? Openreach and BT Openreach is […]

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