Regulator advising the government on improving broadband access across the UK says 1.4m homes get below-par speeds

More than a million UK homes are still unable to get a “decent” broadband signal, research from Ofcom suggests.

The regulator said 1.4m homes were unable to receive broadband speeds over 10 megabits per second (Mbit/s), the speed Ofcom says is required in a typical home to meet a household’s digital needs. However, Ofcom’s Connected Nations 2016 report did find that a million more homes than last year could now access such speeds.

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