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The amount of farmers who have access to superfast broadband has increased by 3% over the last year.
The regulator aims to change the way in which customers switch to a provider on a different network.
Existing infrastructure will be used in the build meaning it should be completed by mid-March 2021.
The project will focus on homes and businesses in those hard-to-reach rural areas.
All UK firms with between 1 and 50 employees are eligible for the service.
Customers can enjoy using the internet without worrying about running up an expensive bill.
They'll soon provide broadband in Portsmouth, Swindon, Reading, Plymouth, Crawley and Horsham.
The BT subsidiary has constructed a new ultrafast fibre network across the city.
The initiative will help disadvantaged children keep up with their peers while working at home.
Gamers all across the country were downloading huge new game files and updates.
Customers can enjoy a download speed that's an impressive 46 times faster than the UK average.
The first phase will see Marsden, West Yorkshire, Blackpool and Tameside, Greater Manchester get access to the service.
The provider has repurposed the old technology.
Significant progress has been made after the provider succeeded in passing a Great Western railway line.
Around 20,000 premises in Braintree are set to benefit from the project.
The gigabit capable service will soon be in a variety of schools across Bath and North Somerset.
67 additional towns, cities and villages will have access to ultrafast broadband speeds in the next two years.
The Essential Plan will cost just £15 a month for a 15Mbps connection.