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Hull Digital on the Radio

Once again, twitter has proved itself! 🙂 On Monday, having twittered that we were going to be meeting Steve Jagger from Quickline Communications to test a Wimax signal, we were surprised and pleased to get a tweet from @mrwilliam, the BBC Radio Lincolnshire’s drive time host! You can see the tweeting that went on in […]

Karoo – something is in the air!

Karoo is the only viable broadband provider for many Hull Digital readers (folks that can get wireless or decent cellular broadband access are still in a very small minority I would say). Consequently there is a great deal of interest in the Karoo range of products and services, especially when we talk about faster broadband and fairer […]

Karoo Apologises for Web Disruption

There is a very amusing thread happening over on the This is Hull and East Riding website about the internet disruption caused by Karoo last night. Of particular note in the comments on the article is this one post by Hull Gold which seems to perfectly sum up the situation: This was because like all […]

Your City Needs You – Petition to Ofcom

Ofcom has consistently failed in its terms of reference and obligations in ensuring that the conditions for competition in the provision of electronic communication services exist within the Kingston upon Hull 01482 dialling code area under section 3b of the Telecommunications Act of 2003 detailed as “Ofcoms statutory obligations” This petition is force Ofcom into […]

Karoo Win Two Awards Shock

Karoo are Hull’s one and only broadband provider, and, the truth be known, one of the region’s biggest problems. With no choice, and essentially a monopoly, the people of Hull, normal familes and web gurus, are stuck with this ISP, leadng to a vocal volume of dissent. Their 8mb service is far from 8mb, although […]