(You must live in Nomansland)
I don't live in No mans land
I live in a rural area, close to a city and lots of people round here can't get even half a meg through the obsolete copper.
there are many people in this country like us, read the notspot survey to see how many.
BT is letting the network go to the dogs. FTTH can be done for less than a fiver per home.
They would rather milk the obsolete copper network for a few more years then they will hand it over to the government and say 'you upgrade it' and the shareholders will be very amused.
and very rich
what passes for broadband in this country should be free as it doesn't cost them much to provide, so once we have paid our line rental that should cover it.
Fibre is worth paying for, because that is real broadband.