189,000 UK properties Can Now Legally Demand Fast Broadband says Ofcom


As of March 20, 189,000 businesses and residential properties in the UK can legally demand fast broadband, according to new Ofcom rules.

The UK Broadband Universal Service (USO) scheme gives eligible businesses and homes the legal right to “decent and affordable” broadband, of a minimum speed of 10 megabits per second (Mbit/s) at a maximum cost of £46.10 per month.

Telecoms providers BT and KCOM will be responsible for providing this service. Both companies have agreed to cover the cost of

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