Full fibre broadband rollout ramps up but adoption remains low

According to the latest data from Ofcom, more than 40% of homes in the UK now have access to full fiber broadband connections due to the ‘record pace’ of roll-out.

Ofcom revealed in its annual report to the United Nations that 12.4 million households now have access to full fiber connections. This is an increase of 4.3 million over last year. However, despite the rollout continuing at an accelerated pace, Ofcom also revealed that household adoption remains low. After all, only about 25 percent of households served by full fiber connections choose to pay for it.

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