Visit Consumer Site

Poor Home WiFi Driving UK Home Internet Users to Mobile Broadband

A survey of 2,000 British adults taken by Global Wireless Solutions, has claimed that 1 in 4 people are using a mobile broadband (3G 4G) connection whilst at home because their WiFi service is not good enough.Overall 16% of respondents found that while they are able to connect their mobile devices to home WiFi network, the connection speed was often so slow that they typically opted to use data from their mobile tariff instead. Similarly 13% claimed they never connect their mobile devices to the home WiFi network and prefer to use mobile data.Global Wireless Solutions spent six weeks using advanced network testing rigs to gather and analyse data from inside and outside of more than 50 houses in London. They used this data to reveal how the primary Mobile Network Operators fared when it came to 4G penetration, both outside and inside London homes.% of time on 4G modes Three UK EE O2 VodafoneOutside London properties 78% 100% 95% 95%Inside London properties 55% 85% 91% 87%The research also asked respondents to identify which tasks were most popular while surfing using mobile data instead of WiFi.

Read More

Poor Home WiFi Driving UK Home Internet Users to Mobile B

A survey of 2,000 British adults taken by Global Wireless Solutions, has claimed that 1…

Digital UK’s Update 2015

RDI have received Digital UK's 2015 report on the outlook for digital terrestrial television in…

Bright future for installers

The energy secretary Amber Rudd has promised to deliver a solar revolution during her tenure,…

Digital UK’s Update 2015

RDI have received Digital UK's 2015 report on the outlook for digital terrestrial television in the UK.The report makes clear that they are at a critical stage in the evolution of DTT. As online technologies add more choice for viewers, it is critical that services including Freeview, meet peoples changing expectations. The main theme in the report is Freeview play which puts broadcast and catch-up TV together in a range of devices.If you would like to read the full report click the PDF below

Read More

Poor Home WiFi Driving UK Home Internet Users to Mobile B

A survey of 2,000 British adults taken by Global Wireless Solutions, has claimed that 1…

Digital UK’s Update 2015

RDI have received Digital UK's 2015 report on the outlook for digital terrestrial television in…

Bright future for installers

The energy secretary Amber Rudd has promised to deliver a solar revolution during her tenure,…

Bright future for installers

The energy secretary Amber Rudd has promised to deliver a solar revolution during her tenure, installers are being urged to get involved with the technology.Solar PV installers have been increasing over the past year in the UK, making it the largest growth market for technology in Europe.NAPIT Certification Managing director David Cowburn said: “To maintain the recent growth of solar PV, NAPIT are pushing for continued stable Government support through the Feed in Tariff"“This would enable the domestic market for solar PV to continue on the trajectory to cost-neutral and no longer need Government support, providing a stable future for solar PV installers."“To ensure this happens the Government must leave the FiT scheme untouched; allowing the continuation of stable growth whilst managing costs through effective degression. Through recently published campaign infographics, NAPIT have effectively summarised the FiT policy and set out potential risks and proposals to mitigate these."

Read More

Poor Home WiFi Driving UK Home Internet Users to Mobile B

A survey of 2,000 British adults taken by Global Wireless Solutions, has claimed that 1…

Digital UK’s Update 2015

RDI have received Digital UK's 2015 report on the outlook for digital terrestrial television in…

Bright future for installers

The energy secretary Amber Rudd has promised to deliver a solar revolution during her tenure,…

welcome

AWE80


The RDI is the digital sectors professional body and trade organisation;


Contact us: 0845 257 2140

Our remit is to represent our growing membership base of sole traders, installation companies, manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, retailers, service providers and partnering sponsors. Our goal is to ensure that our members and partners are provided the latest information on digital technology and infrastructure, to provide access to training and skills development, access to relevant industrial, governmental and regulatory information to promote high levels of workmanship, safety and customer support; and to provide relevant services to help promote, develop and grow their businesses.

The RDI welcomes all like-minded professionals and businesses to join its successful organisation.

key benefits

RDI has evolved, here's what we do today: -

  • Membership of the RDI and use of the digital tick (categories from sole trader to large corporates)
  • Free advertising on our consumer website, including choices to upgrade for greater company exposure, see www.getmedigital.com
  • 23 tradesman skill areas, you can attach these to your company skill profile
  • Training, eLearning and practical based, covering all areas, including design and consultancy
  • Member Services, providing access to exclusive member benefits such as IT, Legal, Insurance, Fuel benefits and many more
  • Job Leads, provision of job leads generated from our Consumer website and network partners
  • Web Stats, providing you statistics showing how many customers access your company details
  • News and Blogs, including huge social media activity, keeping you up to date on all things digital
  • Sponsorship, we continue to attract sponsors to help support our members, company strategy and growth
  • Public WiFi accreditation, backed by Government (recent members Tesco, Starbucks, Samsung), check out these stores for the digital tick. See www.friendlywifi.co.uk
  • Events and exhibitions, watch this space!
  • Recruitment services, focusing on the digital sector, see RDI Recruitment
  • Regular business, technical and industry updates


    Eventbrite

RDI Supported By

Intellect Cedia Digital UK Freeview Freeview Hidden Wires