Rural broadband bills could fall

Rural broadband bills could fall after telecoms regulator Ofcom moved to cut the wholesale price that BT charges other internet providers.

The company has exclusive control of many telephone exchanges and often charges ISPs more in the countryside than in towns and cities.

That has led to a lack of competition in some areas, meaning customers often miss out on cheaper deals.

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