Wednesday, 23 May 2018

UK rural broadband rollout running two years late

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Friday 05 July 13

National Audit Office criticises lack of competition for BDUK funds.

The U.K.'s rural broadband plan was on the receiving end of some sharp criticism on Friday from the country's National Audit Office, which said the project is running two years behind schedule. The government initially planned to make Internet speeds of at least 24 Mbps available to 90% of premises by 2015…

The U.K.'s rural broadband plan was on the receiving end of some sharp criticism on Friday from the country's National Audit Office, which said the project is running two years behind schedule. The government initially planned to make Internet speeds of at least 24 Mbps available to 90% of premises by 2015…

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