Broadband in 2013: Four-letter words beginning with 'F'

Sooraj Shah
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BT's FTTC rollout to near end, as the UK gets its first look at FTTH

By the end of 2013, BT hopes to come towards the end of its commercial rollout of fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) broadband, which aims to cover two-thirds of the UK's premises. "It's been a success...

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