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Broadband - Broadband Guide - Local Loop Unbundling (LLU)

Local Loop Unbundling is the process of allowing telecommunications operators to use the twisted pair telephone connections from a telephone exchange to a consumers house or premises.

BT the telecommunications operator in the UK is having to unbundle exchanges to allow other companies to have access and add their own equipment such as ADSL2+ to offer broadband and other services.

Ofcom the UK regulator of communications believe that by implementing Local Loop Unbundling (LLU) will allow for a fully competitive and innovative telecoms market for the long term.

News relating to Local Loop Unbundling
UK broadband connections hit 17 million - 8th May 2009

Broadband growth slowing as UK hits 17.4 million subscribers - 17th April 2009

Sky Broadband Max removes "Fair Use Policy" - 16th September 2008

BT release latest broadband figures - 31st July 2008

LLU lines near the 4 million mark - 12th February 2008

Pipex customers getting moved onto Tiscali LLU network - 30th January 2008

LLU Lines continuing to rise - 15th January 2008

LLU lines reach 3.5 million in the UK - 14th December 2007

BT second quarter results - 13th November 2007

Ofcom give the low-down on broadband popularity - 25th October 2007

 


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