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Dig your own broadband cable

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Some people refuse to accept poor internet speeds and take matters into their own hands.

Zoe Kleinman speaks to a dairy farmer who dug her own fibre optic cables, and a Scottish islander who gets his internet via satellite.

If you have any stories about people who have managed to get themselves connected against the odds, email us at working.lunch@bbc.co.uk

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