Web users stuck in the slow lane

Web users stuck in the slow lane

www.guardian.co.uk
Internet providers often charge for speeds that have no resemblance to the connection customers receieveWhen it comes to broadband, a city property is no guarantee of a good connection. While country dwellers can enjoy the view outside their window when their screen freezes, residents from Newcastle upon Tyne to London's...
Web users stuck in the slow lane
                                       

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