Definition of 'broadband'
Example sentences containing 'broadband'
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Nine out of ten homes can access superfast broadband. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Yet that is the case for fast broadband and mobile signal. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It also promised no price rises on its broadband service for 18 months. The Sun (2016)Although nine out often households now have access to fast broadband, fewer than one in three take it up. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Almost all schools now have networked, broadband access that enables pupils and teachers to access information and resources at school. Computing (2010)His recommendations on opening up access to broadband, releasing radio spectrum and improving digital literacy were warmly welcomed by the industry. Computing (2010)One possible alternative if you are limited to a poor broadband service is to turn your smartphone into a mobile hotspot and tether your computer to it. The Sun (2016)She will signal her determination to tackle energy, phone and broadband companies that rip off consumers, as well as profiteering house builders. Times, Sunday Times (2016)TELLY adverts by BT that wrongly boast its broadband is fastest have been outlawed. The Sun (2016)This makes it the most competitive home phone and broadband bundle available. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Nearly half put it down to faster home broadband. The Sun (2014)Universal broadband access should be one part of the solution and will not be effective in isolation. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You can also sign up for a package to include broadband and phone calls. The Sun (2016)This is likely to grow as broadband becomes faster. Times, Sunday Times (2010)So the first step must be to make the existing broadband network truly available to all. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The numbers sharing media files continue to grow as broadband becomes increasingly widespread. Times, Sunday Times (2007)One of the initial questions we research for clients is whether broadband is available. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We need more roads and railway lines and more fast broadband to link our cities and rural areas in to global opportunity. The Sun (2016)Keen global competition has kept down prices of cars, phone calls and broadband. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It could provide a lifeline for parts of rural Britain with no cable for fast broadband. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The increasing competition is pushing down prices, with some players offering services such as broadband for free. Times, Sunday Times (2006)On the day the phone and broadband were due to be installed, the engineer failed to turn up. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Publication of the survey provoked fresh criticism of broadband services, which are lagging behind comparable services in other countries. Times, Sunday Times (2009)International flights could run into problems when flying over countries that have not yet approved the use of the same frequencies for wireless broadband access. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Should you link your TV to your broadband supplier? The Sun (2015)It's not a problem if you choose a dependable broadband service like Sky. The Sun (2011)This will affect people switching as most choose to buy bundles for telephone, broadband and TV. The Sun (2014)The changes would also apply to bank accounts and phone, broadband and TV providers. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'broadband'
British English: broadband /ˈbrɔːdˌbænd/ NOUN
Broadband is a method of sending many electronic messages at the same time by using a wide range of frequencies.
The two companies said they planned to develop new broadband services for customers.
- American English: broadband
- Arabic: الِاتِّصال السَريع بالِانْتِرْنِتْ
- Brazilian Portuguese: banda larga
- Chinese: 宽带
- Croatian: širokopojasni
- Czech: širokopásmové připojení
- Danish: bredbånd
- Dutch: breedband
- European Spanish: banda ancha
- Finnish: laajakaista
- French: haut débit
- German: Breitbandanschluss Breitbandanschlüsse
- Greek: ευρεία ζώνη
- Italian: banda larga
- Japanese: ブロードバンド
- Korean: 광대역
- Norwegian: bredbånd
- Polish: szerokopasmowy dostęp do internetu
- European Portuguese: banda larga
- Romanian: bandă largă
- Russian: широкополосная сеть
- Spanish: banda ancha
- Swedish: bredband
- Thai: บรอดแบนด์
- Turkish: geniş bant
- Ukrainian: широкосмугове з'єднання
- Vietnamese: băng rộng
Definition of broadband from the Collins English Dictionary
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