Friday, 16 November 2018

78% of Brits left frustrated by their broadband speeds

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Tuesday 31 July 18

The research shows that more people would opt to work from home, if their broadband connectivity would allow it

More than three quarters (78 per cent) of British people feel frustrated with the performance of their internet connections, according to a new report.  The research, conducted by Censuswide and commissioned by CityFibre, surveyed 3,500 people from across the UK and suggested that the UK's work-life balance is being adversely affected by the country's reliance on legacy…

More than three quarters (78 per cent) of British people feel frustrated with the performance of their internet connections, according to a new report.  The research, conducted by Censuswide and commissioned by CityFibre, surveyed 3,500 people from across the UK and suggested that the UK's work-life balance is being adversely affected by the country's reliance on legacy…

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