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Kijoma goes back to school
on: Wed 20 of May, 2009 [08:29 UTC]  (35341 reads)
Kijoma has connected the Duke of Kent school (cache)in Surrey to its extensive wireless broadband network. The school formerly used mobile broadband dongles with speeds around 30 to 60 kbps, marginally better than dial up. Now they experience our up to 13 Mbps service with much delight. Click "Read More" for further details.
Kijoma takes over Silchester mesh network
on: Mon 22 of Dec, 2008 [14:38 UTC]  (35131 reads)
Hot on the heels of our recent successful migration of a problematic and slow mesh system in Plaistow, West Sussex to our high speed and secure offering we have another one!

We have secured the take over of another mesh network and will be replacing it with our high speed network in the coming months. This time the existing network covers a relatively small area to the south of Silchester with speeds of up to 2 Mbps max. The new network to replace it will cover a larger area encompassing the RG7 2xx and RG26 5xx post codes.

click "read more" for details

MapleHurst - West Sussex is open for high speed!
on: Sun 02 of Nov, 2008 [21:23 UTC]  (33638 reads)
Maplehurst (cache) in West Sussex is one of the latest areas to have confirmed availability for Kijoma Broadband. So if Broadband over the phone line is a no or slow then click "contact us" on the menu top left and sign up now.
Kijoma has Moved!
on: Wed 27 of Aug, 2008 [20:50 UTC]  (33999 reads)
Kijoma Broadband has moved! and will be back to installing as soon as we have all our office systems fully up and running. Our new location is at the heart of our Arun Valley network and places us much closer to the majority of our customers. This contributed to the quick repair of our server this morning (27/08).
BBC broadband speed test survey
on: Wed 04 of Jun, 2008 [08:10 UTC]  (36848 reads)
The BBC held a speed test survey, see

a customer on our network got:-

Your connection to is working at 13.1 mbps.

At this speed it would take you less than a minute to download a 4 minute song and under ten minutes to download a half hour TV programme.

As with all these speed tests the first day of use overloaded the bbc speed test server and results were poor for everybody but once it calmed down the results were more accurate.

Click "Read more" for our observations

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