BT hits superfast broadband target ahead of deadline

BT hits superfast broadband target ahead of deadline

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BT chief executive Ian Livingston said: 'Our roll-out is one of the fastest in the world and our engineers deserve lots of credit.'BT Group has rolled out fibre-based superfast broadband to an area covering 10 million homes eight months ahead of deadline, after hiring hundreds of extra engineers and drafting...
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