High-speed broadband services promise to revolutionise internet access for millions of UK surfers, but the rollout of the technology has not kept pace with the demand from home and business users.
Fast acceptance of the technology is a crucial part of the government's policies on delivering public services and boosting the economy, but government and suppliers need to work out how to extend coverage to rural areas according to the principle of universality applied to other services, such as telephony.
Don't miss out on the fast-moving developments as competing vendors of Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line and cable modem services fight to sign up users.
In our exclusive special round-up vnunet.com keeps you up to date with all you need to know about cutting-edge broadband services being rolled out in the UK.
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