National Infrastructure Commission calls for full fibre-to-the-premises, UK wide, by 2033

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National Infrastructure Commission calls for full fibre-to-the-premises, UK wide, by 2033

Commission calls for government to rustle up a fibre-broadband plan by spring next year

The UK government expects the country to be fully fibre by 2033, with 15 million homes and businesses connected by fibre-to-the-premises by 2025 and 25 million by 2030. The aspirations were revealed...

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