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The Plan to Kill Off Landlines, ADSL and ISDN

There's an ambitious plan to get rid of Britain's traditional phone network. Almost all landlines and ISDN lines are due to stop working at the end of January 2027.

"That's years away. I'll worry about it later," you may be tempted to think. 

Unfortunately, it's not that simple. Changes are happening long before 2027 and will affect a vast array of telecoms services: 

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FTTP Availability Skewed Towards Newer Housing

As of August 2022, 39% of UK properties can get full-fibre broadband (FTTP).

ThinkBroadband, a news site that painstakingly tracks the FTTP roll-out, found that the age of your property makes a huge difference to how likely you are to be able to order FTTP: 

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The Plan to Fix Britain's Worst Broadband Speeds

Over 90 per cent of the UK can now order superfast broadband delivering speeds of 24Mbps or more. By the end of 2017, 95 per cent of the UK should be able to order such speeds. This leaves five per cent of homes stuck in the digital dark ages.

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