'We had no internet and no mobile signal for seven weeks': How to survive if you're waiting for broadband

Despite Government promises to make fast broadband a legal right, many families are still waiting weeks for internet access when they move home – or for repairs when there is disruption to their service.
Former Prime Minister David Cameron said last year that access to the internet ‘should be a right absolutely fundamental to life in 21st Century Britain’. But despite this pledge, hundreds of people are left waiting for internet access in their homes more than a month after they have requested it.
The delays can be laid at the door of Openreach, a subsidiary of BT which installs new lines... read more

15 October 2016 in Business, Views: 58
Source: Daily Mail

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