The frustrations of Britain's internet users over the slow rollout of broadband services was made clear by a massive response to yesterday's launch of Broadband4Britain.co.uk.
According to the founders, the new website was set up to allow business and home web users to air their grievances about the lack of affordable broadband services in the UK.
"We are fed up with the rhetoric of the government and big service providers that is holding up broadband," said Barrie Desmond, a spokesman for the new site.
"Within a few hours of the official launch yesterday we had had 10,000 visitors," he added. "We have had some amazing stories from frustrated people and I have practically become a broadband agony aunt overnight."
Desmond hopes to receive about one million online signatures. "We are not knocking BT but we are saying you are not rolling broadband out fast enough and if you don't hurry up you'll miss the boat," he said.
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