David Cameron pledges for more powerful internet by 2020

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Britain Prime Minister, David Cameron have pledged for the faster internet in the whole country by 2020, over the fibre optical cable. The Britain media reported today. Currently, the nation have higher speeds in the principal cities but some places still face lower internet speeds.



David Cameron is targeting a minimum speed of 10 MBPS by the year 2020. Currently the minimum internet speed has been set to 1 MBPS by many developing countries. Cameron’s announcement is aimed at ensuring consumers have access to a broadband connection with a speed of at least 10Mbps, no matter where in the country they live or work and would put broadband on a similar footing to other basic amenities such as water and electricity, BBC reported.

“Access to the internet shouldn’t be a luxury, it should be a right – fundamental to life in 21st Century Britain,” he said.

Quoting the initial work of the ministers in the past, David has highlighted the importance of the internet in today’s era by saying that “Just as our forebears effectively brought gas, electricity and water to all, we’re going to bring fast broadband to every home and business that wants it.”

According to some official reports currently more than 83% of citizens are accessing the internet at higher speeds while the ratio will reach to the higher mark of 95% in the upcoming years.

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