Universal broadband speed plan 'unambitious', say Lords

Universal broadband speed plan 'unambitious', say Lords
 

The government has been told to "up its game" over plans to guarantee a minimum internet speed for all broadband users.
Peers said the current Universal Service Obligation (USO), which will entitle consumers to a minimum internet speed of 10Mbps, was "unambitious".
But the government said the USO was a "safety net" and it had "much greater ambitions".
"The USO has an important part to play in ensuring that no-one is left behind," it added.
Labour spokesman Lord Stevenson of Balmacara opened the debate by sying the House had previously asked... read more

 
5 June 2018 in Regional, Views: 63
Source: BBC
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