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Many new UK homes still built without access to 24 Mbps - ThinkBroadband

Thursday 30 August 2018 | 09:31 CET | News
For this year, about 83.6 percent of new homes were fibre based, 81.4 percent had speeds of 24 Mbps or over, 80.9 percent sported speeds of 30 Mbps or over and 50 percent featured speeds of 100 Mbps or over. Of the new homes, 47.18 percent were full fibre and 43.43 were covered by Openreach FTTP. About 0.9 percent had download speeds of less than 2 Mbps while 17.6 percent were below USO (10 Mbps down and 1 Mbps up). New homes amounted to 43,470 premises in the first four months. 

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