Magenta activates 5G at over 600 locations in Austria

Magenta is pushing ahead with 5G expansion and is now offering the technology at over 600 locations throughout Austria. According to its own information, Magenta reaches around 25 percent of Austrian households and businesses. Magenta is thus responding to the increasing need for digitization that has been evident for Austria since the corona lockdown. […] […]

“Broadband for everyone” would be a smart stimulus

Dhe demands are increasing that the federal government’s economic stimulus plan, which is planned for early June, should above all benefit climate protection. At first glance, steps to boost the economy in the short term seem difficult to reconcile with the long-term climate goals. Operated intelligently, economic stimulus can certainly be combined with a longer-running […]

Vodafone reports a 50% increase in Internet usage as more people work from home

Vodafone internet usage has increased by up to 50% in some European countries as consumers work at home and turn to services like Netflix because the coronavirus keeps families indoors. The increase in data is due to a variety of activities, including children accessing teaching materials online, playing digital games and watching movies and television […]

Budget: Chancellor points to looser wallets for NHS and broadband | UK news

Chancellor Rishi Sunak is expected to ease spending and credit restrictions on this week’s budget as he draws up plans to help the economy cope with the effects of the corona virus. The new chancellor will present its first budget and announcements on Wednesday, including confirmation of £ 5 billion investment in faster broadband across […]