Wednesday, 26 September 2018

UK govt to announce broadband boost for 1.1 million homes and businesses

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Monday 18 December 17

Despite improving national coverage, a report by Ofcom shows that over 1 million rural and remote properties in the UK are unable to access sufficiently fast broadband to meet their daily needs

The British government is set to outline plans to deliver super-fast broadband services to 1.1 million customers, as industry regulator Ofcom warns that Britain's rural communities are being left behind. Ministers will unveil plans this week to deliver adequate broadband services to remote and rural properties by 2022…

The British government is set to outline plans to deliver super-fast broadband services to 1.1 million customers, as industry regulator Ofcom warns that Britain's rural communities are being left behind. Ministers will unveil plans this week to deliver adequate broadband services to remote and rural properties by 2022…

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