free internet everywhere
if only they made the iPhone, then we could have all the moaners in one single set of comments.
BT is regulated by ofcom, giving access to ducts and poles, require a lot of careful consideration, and the undertaking that BT has with ofcom ensures that it is done properly. Some might think it is an easy task, if you do, you really haven't got a clue.
it has taken years for them to separate their entire infrastructure to give fairness for the competition.
hell they even give you 999 for free, give the service to virgin and wait for the request for a credit card before getting police or ambulance.
Back to the subject in hand, I think Fujitsu could be onto something here, perhaps provide a fresh approach to networking rural areas.
but I think it financially does not stack up
And please people make your mind up, you don't want that ex-national telecom operator, but you want top speed in the middle of nowhere ? which is it ? because one makes hardly any business sense, unless funded by the government, so you can have the cake and eat it.