Residents in Wales have been bemoaning the fact they suffer the worst broadband speeds in the UK, after a report earlier in the week found one street in the nation only gets speeds of 0.60Mbps.
Data from uSwitch found that Erw Fawr, Henryd, Conwy, Wales suffered from this slow speed, an unwanted joint first with Wheatley Road, Corringham, Stanford-le-Hope, Essex, which also receives just 0.60Mbps connections.
Since the information was revealed, residents in Wales have been quick to voice their frustration with the speeds they suffer. One Erw Fawr resident, Raphael Callaghan, told the BBC his broadband connection was "a joke".
"They say the broadband speed around here begins with a minus sign. It is absolutely ridiculous. You read about all these places getting this high speed broadband, all we want is a decent speed - that's all we want," he said.
"If we really are the slowest, surely someone out there is going to say 'let's do something about it'. It can't be that hard in this day and age - surely."
Another resident of the area, Caroline Thompson, agreed with this assessment in an interview with the Daily Post: "It just stops working completely. We have got a couple of computers. One person can be on and the other person has to be kicked off. The router shows its working but there's no signal."
Meanwhile the South Wales Argus spoke with architect Rory Horton who complained that the slow speed made it almost impossible to run the firm's website.
"It got absolutely ridiculous at one point, when we could barely get on the internet," he said. "There was no point having it. Nowadays my son would probably have more gripes than I do, as he oversees the website."
The anger comes amid claims from those overseeing the broadband rollouts in the UK that major progress is being made. Ofcom recently reported that the average speed for connections is 17.8Mbps while the government claims 275,000 homes now have superfast access.
Wales is currently receiving funding for the rollout of better broadband services with some £57m spent to, so far, bring 100,000 properties online with better speeds.
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