Tuesday, 13 November 2018

UK aims for 100% full fibre coverage by 2033

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Wednesday 11 July 18

The UK should prepare to switch off its copper based networks by 2025

The UK should aim to reach 100 per cent penetration for full fibre, gigabit capable broadband by the year 2033, according to a new report commissioned by the UK government. The National Infrastructure Report states that full fibre broadband networks will be absolutely critical to the UK's efforts to grow its digital economy. The report calls on the UK government to incentivise investment in full fibre networks and to subsidise rollout plans for hard to reach rural areas…

The UK should aim to reach 100 per cent penetration for full fibre, gigabit capable broadband by the year 2033, according to a new report commissioned by the UK government. The National Infrastructure Report states that full fibre broadband networks will be absolutely critical to the UK's efforts to grow its digital economy. The report calls on the UK government to incentivise investment in full fibre networks and to subsidise rollout plans for hard to reach rural areas…

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