"BT has our ultrafast broadband future locked in a copper noose"
The first paragraph says:
In building a world-class infrastructure for Britain after Brexit, we should not focus only on roads, railways and airports. Of even greater importance is the need for this ountry to have a world-class fibre optic broadband network.
Which is a sentiment that I can agree with, and whilst projects such as expanding Heathrow and HS2 have their detractors I have not seen many who are against improving broadband.
It is just a pity that Vodafone offer an ADSL service where customers are forced to use the supplied equipment, and can not use their own.
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