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Ofcom's broadband map

Ofcom have produced a map of Broadband availability. The link is the link to it. The real problem, however, is that it does not indicate what someone should expect in some of the really large counties such as Powys.

Broadband will vary across such counties so it is more of a management tool than a tool which really explains what someone should expect if they move to somewhere in such a county.

It is, however, something I find vaguely interesting so I thought I would repost it.

Comments

Jake Maverick said…
I'm still a bit confused though....I've been searching for years and still unable to find anybody who actually knows what the difference between a Megabit and a Megabyte is.....still suspect it's the elgal mumbo jumbo thing, i.e. Megabit can legally mean whatever they feel like, depending on what day it is as it's a made up word for marketing purposes....

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