BT launches high speed competition
British Telecom is launching a competition for people to vote for their area to be one of the next to get high speed broadband.
The firm will log responses via its website to get a better idea of the demand for its fibre-based services. BT say the results will influence future plans on where it deploys the technology.
Liv Garfield is a strategy director at BT and she told the BBC everyone in the country will have a chance to vote.
04 Oct 2010
- From the section Business