gzt: RBI is on the way. But many rural and semi-rural users will still disagree with you at this point in time.
Yep, rural is still bad, but no worse than rural in basically every country on the planet. The way the media go on about it you would think that every other country gets super fast speeds in the most remote locations.
If I hear them describe our broadband as "third world" again I might just throw up.
Here is an example. Many people talk about how awesome uk broadband is but then you read this from a few days ago
Fibre is a miserable failure there, just like over here, it's been going on a little longer bit take up is still miserable.
Furthermore, BTs cabinetisaton still isn't finished and even when it is will only reach 75% of households compared to the 80% that chorus reached when it finished its cabinet rollout last year.