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Rural businesses are being put at a competitive disadvantage by broadband speeds that are three times slower than that of nearby cities, analysis of Ofcom data has shown. The analysis was carried out by business accountants Grant Thornton for the County Councils Network (CCN), which represents the 37 local authorities in England. See also: CLA slams mobile phone sector for abandoning rural areas It revealed that more than two-thirds (72%) of England’s counties fell below the national average download speed […]
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