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Thanks to the unique way the BBC are funded by you, the licence payer...
Britain might be riding the wave of a super-fast broadband revolution, but for 49% who get less than the national average broadband speed, the wave isn't causing so much a splash as a ripple," said Julia Stent
And the headline is
A third of homes in the UK have broadband speeds well below the national average
No! Say it ain't so!
49% of people get less than average speed?! And a third, WELL below the average? This is a scandel!! What can be done to change this travesty? What if we increased broadband speed to the unlucky 49%?