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Between farce and tragedy - Dolphinholme's broadband roll-out

The Dolphinholme high speed broadband roll-out teeters between farce and tragedy.

The question is, has Dolphinholme been cut out of BT’s proposed subsidised coverage area in Lancashire? 386 more words


Dolphinholme overcomes FUD to light up on B4RN's 1Gbps fibre

“I am delighted to tell you all that Dolphinholme now has hyperspeed broadband! Thanks to the ‘fusing team’ the Village Hall and the first few houses came online today. 850 more words


Devon refuses public vote on competing broadband projects

Devon residents were refused a vote on which next generation broadband plan they prefer – their own or BT’s – at a public meeting hosted by the leader of the county council. 586 more words


Red letter day for two rural broadband projects

B4RN and Thurlestone have had their applications for funds to build fibre to the premises (FTTP) networks in remote rural areas approved in principle by BDUK, the government’s broadband delivery agency. 823 more words


Anger mounts over rural broadband delays

BrokenTelephone is grateful to Patrick Cosgrove for assembling the following reports of wide-spread and growing anger with the politicians, civil servants and operators responsible for the UK’s next generation broadband programme, especially in rural areas. 1,651 more words


Final 10% left in broadband dark

So, what was that about, the well-unpublicised BDUK meeting to get fresh ideas about how to tackle the roll-out of broadband in the Final 10%? As someone said yesterday, the resulting silence has been deafening. 573 more words