ISPA responds to Which? report on broadband

In response to the Which? report that came out today on broadband services, James Blessing, Chair of the Internet Services Providers’ Association, made the following statement:

“It’s no surprise that broadband is viewed as essential: the UK has a strong and leading digital economy and our members are continually innovating and investing in their networks. The UK broadband market is very competitive and Ofcom statistics show speeds and quality are improving year-on-year. However, we recognise that more can always be done to improve services, which is why billions are being invested in our broadband infrastructure from a wide and growing range of providers across the UK”.

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