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A couple unable to stream films or video call in their small village say they have been quoted more than £100,000 to upgrade their broadband.

Kevin and Lynda Mortimer said their current 1Mb/s connection was "rubbish".

It also falls well below the 10Mb/s set out in legislation, which everyone in the UK has the right to request.Is there such a thing as a human right to internet? Currently, the answer to both of these questions is 'no'. Recently introduced laws, however, mean that homeowners and tenants in the UK do now have greater rights in relation to internet access. How is Britain doing?
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A couple unable to stream films or video call in their small village say they have been quoted more than £100,000 to upgrade their broadband. Kevin and Lynda Mortimer said their current 1Mb/s connection was "rubbish". It also falls well below the 10Mb/s set out in legislation, which everyone in the UK has the right to request.Is there such a thing as a human right to internet? Currently, the answer to both of these questions is 'no' . Recently introduced laws, however, mean that homeowners and tenants in the UK do now have greater rights in relation to internet access. How is Britain doing? Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/mark-and-pete--1245374/support . read more read less

about 1 month ago #broadband, #wingfield