Fibre optic above ground© Mood Board/Rex/Shutterstock
About one-quarter of properties in rural areas are still unable to get a decent broadband connection, a report by telecoms regulator Ofcom has revealed. More than 900,000 homes in the UK countryside remain unable to sign up for broadband speeds over 10Mbps, the speed required to meet typical digital needs. This is often because they are situated a long way from the telephone exchange or local street cabinet. Hundreds of farms located in remote or isolated areas are among the […]
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