Business Broadband: Bringing broadband to the promised land

Renewed commitments by new Minister for Communications Alex White could bring us one step closer to closing the ural/urban broadband deficit.

5th October, 2014
David Hughes, head of enterprise sales, Viatel supports.

It’s a tiresome debate – tackling the rural/urban broadband deficit, yet high speed, reliable broadband connectivity is as important as other key pieces of economic infrastructure.

Just ask the people of Britain, who in a recent survey for the Institution of Engineering and Technology said that extending super-fast broadband nationwide would deliver more economic benefits than building new airports.

Alex White inherits the unfortunate accolade of being the fifth minister of communications...

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