We want to thank everyone who responded to Ofcom’s consultation on Openreach. Thanks to you, just over 103,000 responses were sent and we’re now a step closer to fixing Britain’s internet.
Now that the consultation has closed, Ofcom will now review all the responses it received before making its decision on the future of the country’s broadband network. We'll be pushing for a fast, effective outcome and we'll keep you updated here with any news.
Thanks again for making your voice heard. Together we can Fix Britain's Internet.
BT is meant to maintain the
national network, but even the
regulator says it’s letting Britain down.
Through taxpayer money and part
of your bill, BT is paid billions
to maintain the network. But in rural
areas, nearly half of premises can’t
even get speeds above 10Mbit/s
BT is spending billions buying
the rights for televised football,
rather than investing this money
in Britain’s broadband infrastructure.
BT has kept Openreach reliant on
copper rather than investing in
state of the art pure fibre like the
rest of the world. Copper is up to 100
times slower and far less reliable.
Writing to Ofcom could help give
Britain the internet that we deserve.
Fix Britain's Internet is a campaign that aims to fight for the best possible internet for Britain's communities. The campaign was started by an industry coalition comprising Sky, TalkTalk, Vodafone and the Federation of Communication Services - and we're growing every day.
We represent millions of consumers and businesses who rely on Openreach, but are let down every day, struggling to get the internet speeds they need. Together, we're asking Ofcom to be brave and make the radical changes needed to create an Openreach that delivers the broadband Britain deserves.