Tuesday, 11 May 2021

Openreach’s 3.2m full fibre target could see Ofcom change regulations

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Thursday 30 July 20

The network operator has a new goal to provide fibre coverage to 3.2 million of the hardest to reach premises of the UK by the mid-2020s

BT’s networking arm, Openreach, has announced plans to bring full fibre to 3.2 million homes and businesses in ‘Area 3’ of the UK by 2025/26 – those geographic areas considered to be harder to reach.    This goal falls under BT’s overall ambition of spending £12 billion to connect 20 million premises by the middle of the current decade…

BT’s networking arm, Openreach, has announced plans to bring full fibre to 3.2 million homes and businesses in ‘Area 3’ of the UK by 2025/26 – those geographic areas considered to be harder to reach.    This goal falls under BT’s overall ambition of spending £12 billion to connect 20 million premises by the middle of the current decade…

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