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Whenever I rave about the virtues of ultrafast broadband, I invariably hear from a handful of Listener readers who point out that the fibre revolution has passed them by. Some of them struggle to access the internet over copper lines or mobile wireless connections, let alone fancy fibre-optic cables.

The 2018 census revealed that 211,000 of us still don’t have access

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