e have decided to get our internet connection moved forward into the 20th Century. When we moved into our current very rural home back in the ’80s everyone was on dial-up at 56kbps… things have unfortunately not moved on much. Due to our distance from the local telephone exchange (5.5-6km), and our distance from the cabinet (3.4km), and being on a copper-wire service

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