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Openreach's Fibre First scheme is to upgrade an entire city's infrastructure for the first time.
From 1st March 2018, customers can exit their broadband contract if they don't receive the appropriate speeds.
A new £3 million scheme aims to deliver on the government's promise to improve rural broadband.
Residents of Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh and London will be the first to benefit from the technology.
The government's full fibre network fund will bankroll the project.
50 homes in the Cambridgeshire village of Papworth will experience the service for six months.
Greater Glasgow, Salford and the London boroughs of Bexley and Merton are included in the 2019 rollout.
The Orkney Islands can achieve a speed of just 3Mb while those in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire enjoy a superfast 32.5Mb.
Gigaclear and Truespeed have both offered to expand their full fibre networks across Walton-in-Gordano.
Passengers can now surf the web, browse social media and use email while in the air.
The regulatory board want to ensure no customers are overpaying for broadband.
From 2020, the two providers could be tasked with delivering a 10Mb connection to those who request it.
Homes and businesses could potentially see speeds of up to 330Mb.
It's hoped that everybody across the two islands will have access to these ultrafast speeds by 2021.
Homes and businesses will soon be able to receive speeds of up to 1Gbps.
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It's the ISP's hope that it'll help to end a number of unfair industry practices.
The plan was announced as part of Chancellor Philip Hammond's 2018 Autumn budget.