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Orange map hints at the UK's broadband future

Thursday, December 17th 2009 by Cable.co.uk

A new map unveiled by Orange highlights the potential impact that universal broadband will have on the UK.

Leading broadband provider Orange has unveiled a new map designed to shed light on how universal internet access will affect the UK.

Based on the company's Connected Britain research, which was published earlier this year, the map highlights certain trends that could emerge when reliable web services are available across major regions and cities.

It is particularly expected that remote working will become an increasingly common trend and the interactive system reveals how advanced such habits are in certain areas.

Orange's director of corporate marketing, Robert Ainger, said: "Our research found that a digitally connected workforce could change the face of Britain as we know it.

"Not only could the population itself shift, but the way we work could also fundamentally change."

Orange was recently named the top mobile broadband provider in terms of quality for the second time by independent research organisation YouGov.

The company ranked top in nine categories included in the body's research.

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