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October 9, 2009

Council puts pressure on BT

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by David Allen

Areas with bad broadband connections are coming forward almost every day to expose the poor broadband service that is currently available around the UK.

East Riding Council in Yorkshire is the latest to speak out, and is putting pressure on BT in order to get the company to roll out the next generation broadband service to its area.

The first part of the Council’s plan is to simply ask BT what its plans are for the area and whether next generation broadband is likely to be installed in the area at all.

Naturally, there is a sure way for the Council to find out, as all they need to do is check out the list of exchanges that have already been selected to be upgraded.

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