BT's Openreach Hits Brakes on Gfast Rollout

Iain Morris
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The UK is bustling with companies eager to build the next generation of broadband networks in what looks like a potentially nasty development for BT.
Spanish telecom giant says networks based on fiber now pass nearly 130 million premises across its various markets.
The wholesale operator's CEO claims speed tests that rank Australia as a broadband laggard are flawed and comes up with an alternative.
Inexio and Deutsche Glasfaser could attract interest from infrastructure investors or other broadband players, reports Reuters.
There is no point in building an all-fiber network if it remains empty, says BT. And yet much of it still is.
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