Education’s rural divide
Families in rural areas believe that slow broadband is damaging their children’s educational performance.
A recent report by NFU Mutual claims that one in three families in rural areas believe their connectivity to be beneath the standard required to access important, online educational resources.
If such statistics are accurate then this is yet another example of how rural communities are falling further...
Competition in fibre
Last week I moved into a new flat in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park village in Stratford. By working within the industry for over 4 years I knew a pain and delay for installation awaited me. To my surprise I had a pleasant experience with my connectivity, compared to others who have recently moved into new build properties, such my...
Google’s ‘Project Loon’. A publicity stunt or the solution?