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A Call for Evidence was released on Tuesday 14 February 2012. The deadline for submissions is Tuesday 13 March 2012.
In 2010, the Government set out plans for Britain to have “the best superfast broadband network in Europe by 2015” and with ever increasing demand for bandwidth, the Committee want to find out more about the thinking behind and progress with the Government’s broadband strategy.
Government and Ofcom respond to "Broadband for all" report
Lords Communications Committee propose alternative broadband provision
Are existing superfast broadband plans what we really need? Where is Government investment most beneficial? How can we ensure every area of Britain has access to the network?
Corrected oral and written evidence on the inquiry into Superfast Broadband.
Please note that electronic copies of written evidence MUST be provided in Word format or as plain ASCII text. If a paper copy of evidence is submitted, it should be clearly printed or typed on single sides of A4 paper, unstapled. The Committee may refuse evidence received in any other formats.
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