Government unveils plan to run broadband cables through water pipes

John Leonard
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Government unveils plan to run broadband cables through water pipes
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Government unveils plan to run broadband cables through water pipes

Investigations into allowing network operators to run cables through the electricity, gas, water and sewer networks, and alongside roads and railways

The government has launched a £4 million scheme to support running fibre-optic cables through water pipes, in order to connect homes to fast broadband that would otherwise be hard to reach without ...

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