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4G Your next day better broadband connection from Rural Broadband

By Rural Broadband | May 2, 2017

Are you looking for a reliable connectivity solution? Need it now? Is it a short-term solution? A long-term solution? Rural Broadband can have your EE or Vodafone 4G connection up and running the next Business Day with a contract length to suit from 30 day minimum. With average download speeds now exceeding 20Mb per second, 4G is in…

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Slow Internet At YOUR Postcode?

By Rural Broadband | January 24, 2017

BDUK Better Broadband subsidy scheme across Norfolk. Rural Broadband are Norfolk based BDUK Better Broadband subsidy voucher scheme partners. The UK Government is committed to giving access to 2Mbps download speed to every premise in the UK. As part of this commitment Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK) are delivering a better broadband subsidy scheme through a…

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Fast Internet just one of the reasons RuralBroadband.co.uk loves EE in 2017

By Rural Broadband | January 9, 2017

A 4G LTE offering is available from Rural Broadband on the Better Broadband Scheme through 2017. We can provide you with a 4 port router and external antenna with installation free of charge. You need to be in a 4G area. Give us a call and we can help you check coverage. You can click the…

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G-Suite

By Rural Broadband | December 14, 2016

At RuralBroadband.co.uk we recently moved our domain and business tools over to G Suite. G Suite (formerly Google Apps) for Work is a suite of web applications created by Google for businesses. Your G Suite account will give you access to Gmail on your preferred domain and 30GB of Google Drive storage per user. Through G…

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What do Homeplugs do?

By Rural Broadband | October 20, 2016

What do Homeplugs do? Homeplugs basically send internet down your mains. They take an ethernet connection (LAN) from the router into the back of one home plug unit, then you plug it into a wall socket. You then plug another homeplug into another wall socket and take an ethernet cable from that into your Computer…

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Short Term Hire for Events or Construction Projects via Satellite or Mobile

By Rural Broadband | October 4, 2016

Renting a satellite broadband terminal gives you the ultimate in broadband flexibility for short term events, sporting fixtures, exhibitions, or if you need internet for you construction site. When renting a kit, we’ll send you one of our  satellite engineers down to your location with one of our satellite internet hire systems, they set it up,…

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BDUK Satellite Broadband – Better Broadband Scheme

By Rural Broadband | September 15, 2016

Satellite broadband is different Satellite broadband does have its differences – as you’d expect from a technology which reaches properties that traditional networks simply can’t. But it’s available anywhere and almost immediately – it’s entirely up to you. Here’s what you need to know about what’s different with a satellite broadband service. Data allowances First off,…

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Tips for reducing data usage on Apple hardware.

By Rural Broadband | September 15, 2016

Tips for reducing data usage on Apple hardware. The four Macs, six iOS devices, Apple TV, VoIP telephone, and numerous other connected devices in the house present a challenge. Unplugging the satellite modem would have worked, but at considerable inconvenience. Instead, I decided to take multiple less-draconian measures: Turn off automatic updates. So far this month,…

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Watch out for the Data Hog!

By Rural Broadband | September 15, 2016

Watch out for data being moved in the background It’s common for users used to a traditional unlimited internet service (however slow) to be blissfully unaware of how much data they’re actually consuming – these days, any connected device tends to move quite a lot of data in the background, a process which would go entirely…

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