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Re: [LUG] Fwd: UK 'misled' on broadband speeds


On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 11:44:18AM +0100, Julian Hall wrote:
> You could argue that faster broadband has great advantages for the
> education sector due to students of all ages having greater access
> to the information required for their studies.  By that logic it
> could be part funded by the Education department.  Equally you could
> say that streaming video from the BBC is taking up an ever
> increasing chunk of bandwidth and compel the BBC to collaborate with
> BT on improving the infrastructure.  Maybe then my BBC Tax - oops
> sorry, Television License Fee - would go on something more
> meaningful than overpaid 'celebrity' wages.
> In the end I think a combination of different factors and
> contributors will need to all throw some money in the pot and
> collaborate for the good of all of them - and by a happy accident us
> as consumers.
It would be nice wouldn't it

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