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South Derbyshire Residents Vent Broadband Anger at BT
By: MarkJ - 27 June, 2008 (1:44 PM)

More than 120 residents in South Derbyshire have complained after their local District Council called upon people to report any problems they were having with BT's broadband services in the area. The Burton Mail reports:

The council wants as many case studies as possible to present to BT bosses - hoping that they will be able to investigate and solve the problem.

Furthermore, the authority is also considering forwarding their findings to the BBC as part of a documentary-type programme about broadband and providers across the UK.

People experiencing problems with their broadband are urged to first contact their supplier and then the council, on 01283 221000.

Sadly the report does not specifically clarify what problems are being experienced and whether or not they are all related to BT generally.

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