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The ISP has overtaken BT's Openreach to become the UK's largest ultrafast provider.
BT's Openreach aim to connect up 20 million extra homes and businesses over the next decade.
The government want a future-proof infrastructure that's able to adequately support everybody.
It will connect up libraries, council offices and other public sector buildings.
The project is an extension of the Connecting Devon and Somerset scheme.
With OpenRoaming Wi-Fi you can move between hotspots without having to keep logging in.
They will instead focus on the deployment of gigabit capable FTTP broadband.
Using pipes, ducts and tunnels could significantly reduce the costs involved.
A further 22 towns across the Home Counties will receive access to the 10Gbps capable network.
5,000 more homes and 550 more businesses will have access to speeds of 24Mbps and above.
Residents will be able to receive speeds of up to 1Gbps upon its completion.
99% of premises will be able to receive ultrafast services by 2025.
A new report from Ofcom shows that its risen from 54.2Mbps to 64Mbps.
Residents of Sharpness and Newton can now achieve speeds of up to 30Mbps.
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The measure will hopefully help encourage consumers to stay at home.
The speeds will be available as long as the current COVID-19 protective measures remain in place.
With millions working at home because of the coronavirus, there was a worry that the network wouldn't be able to cope.