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 UK: Manchester to gain fibre network

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Date posted: 15/01/2010

A project to build a fibre network in Manchester could offer insights into how the UK can make next-generation broadband pay for itself. The network will serve homes and businesses in the area known as the Manchester corridor.

It will exist as a testbed for new services and is likely to be watched closely by national government bodies. The UK has been criticised for being too slow to roll out next generation broadband.

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