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Is the UK doing enough to fight 'fake fibre'?

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Thursday 10 January 19

Over half of UK consumers remain unaware of the speed sapping impact of using copper telephone cabling to connect their fibre optic broadband packages, according to a new industry report

New research has revealed that the majority of UK consumers remain unaware that copper connections could be sabotaging the speed of their 'fibre optic' broadband packages.  58 per cent of consumers said that they were unaware that fibre broadband packages could still use copper telephone wires to connect the premises to the nearest cabinet…

New research has revealed that the majority of UK consumers remain unaware that copper connections could be sabotaging the speed of their 'fibre optic' broadband packages.  58 per cent of consumers said that they were unaware that fibre broadband packages could still use copper telephone wires to connect the premises to the nearest cabinet…

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