Will BT being “asked nicely” to let other providers share their network more make a difference?
Hard to say, especially as EDDC has decided to “go it alone” with rural broadband and try to provide its own service (if or when funded).
Will rural mobile “not spots” improve (a different matter, but still important) – some towns and villages still having no service or just 2G (unable to connect to internet)?
If you want answers to these questions get in touch (if you can from where you are) with EDDC Councillor Phil Twiss:
Telephone: 01404 891327
Address: Swallowcliff, Beacon, Honiton, EX14 4TT
who is the councillor tasked with improving these services