Ofcom cuts rural broadband prices

  john 52 20 Jul 11
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  interzone55 20 Jul 11

No, Ofcom is going to force BT Wholesale to charge the same price for standard "up to 8mbps" connections to ISPs no matter where the exchange is.

There is no guarantee that the ISPs will pass these savings on to customers, and Ofcom does not have the power to force ISPs to drop prices

  john 52 20 Jul 11

Just seen the link on the PC advisor news

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  woodchip 20 Jul 11

They used to say Gas Would be cheaper when we got it from North Sea, Look what happened to that, Need I say more

  john 52 20 Jul 11

I think this will kick Bt into action to enable exchanges to ADSL2 exchanges but maybe wrong .

  morddwyd 20 Jul 11

"They used to say Gas Would be cheaper when we got it from North Sea"

I can remember when nuclear power was supposed to mean free, or very cheap, electricity for all!

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