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Build-your-own broadband brings rural British communities together
by Lee Mannion
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30 August 2018
On 30 August 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Before Chris Conder's village in northern England built its own broadband network, internet speeds were so bad that children who went away to study would refuse to come home for the holidays. Now it has some of the best broadband speeds in Britain after villagers took matters into their own hands -- part of a growing trend for community-owned networks run independently of the main providers. B4RN provides broadband to rural villages in the north of England, offering internet speeds hundreds of times faster than the national market leaders.
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