Friday, 26 April 2019

Britain's worst performing broadband blackspots revealed

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Tuesday 22 January 19

While rural communities continue to struggle with poor connectivity, a new study has revealed that the UK's capital is also home to some of the country's worst boroughs for broadband connectivity

  UK consumer watchdog, Which?, has released a new report highlighting Britain's worst performing areas for broadband connectivity. Unsurprisingly, rural communities in Scotland and Wales fared particularly badly, with the remote Orkney Islands experiencing the UK's slowest average speed at just 3Mbps…

  UK consumer watchdog, Which?, has released a new report highlighting Britain's worst performing areas for broadband connectivity. Unsurprisingly, rural communities in Scotland and Wales fared particularly badly, with the remote Orkney Islands experiencing the UK's slowest average speed at just 3Mbps…

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