Delivering super-fast broadband in the UK - Interactive Executive Summary

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The experience of current broadband shows that competition brings the most benefits in terms of consumer outcomes, investment and efficiency. Where there are substantial barriers to entry, it is therefore desirable to promote competition through regulation.

Ensuring competition remains key to our approach

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Martin Limon on 12 November 2008 at 8:27pm

The aim of promoting competition is highly desirable but while KC remains outside the 'national system' (with no one willing to compete with it) then nothing is likely to change in the Kingston Communications area.

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