Government claims 'superfast' broadband plan is 'on track' after reaching one million homes and businesses in UK

Sooraj Shah
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Culture secretary Sajid Javid believes businesses can boost profits by upgrading to 24Mbps broadband

The government has claimed that its rollout of what it deems "superfast" broadband has reached more than one million homes and businesses across the UK. The £1.7bn rollout is "firmly on track" a...

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