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"UK broadband 'not fit' for future"

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no surprise then http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/8282839.stm
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#2
bit misleading the title

"It can be a bit misleading to look at the rankings. The important thing is whether the broadband quality of a country is good enough for today's needs and the UK falls well within this category," said Joanne Hughes, Cisco's communication manager.
banned#3
a 1GPS holy shmolie mind=vblown
#4
In South Korea, for example, the government has promised universal speeds of up to 1Gbps (gigabit per second) by 2012.

that;s fairly quick :w00t:
#5
greg_68
In South Korea, for example, the government has promised universal speeds of up to 1Gbps (gigabit per second) by 2012.

that;s fairly quick :w00t:


thats what they do.....

South Korea has a high-tech infrastructure,[77] with the world's highest broadband internet access per capita,[78][79] and the fastest average Internet connections.[80]

In consumer electronics, South Korea is the world's largest LCD, OLED, CRT and plasma display maker.[81] The South Korean companies Samsung and LG are among the top three manufacturers of televisions [82] and mobile phones.[83]


South Korea was the first country to start Digital Multimedia Broadcasting in 2005[87] and wireless broadband Internet in 2006 and nation-wide 100 Mbit/s fibre-optic broadband network, which is being upgraded to 1 Gbit/s by 2013.[88]
#6
I am happy with slow internet
#7
more stats to support the need for a 50p fixed phone line tax to implement faster broadband, how convenient.........

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