Reply to post: Re: What is the right answer to how to run National Infrastructure?

Future imperfect: A UK broadband retrospective

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Re: What is the right answer to how to run National Infrastructure?

BT's primary argument is that 'it's investment needs to be protected'.

But who paid for most of it, (at least in the countryside where there has been no real investment for years), we did prior to privatisation.

Who's paying for BT to upgrade via intervention, we are.

So it's the public's investment that a private company is milking!

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