Have Your Say map: Broadband speed test

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The majority of British homes now have access to broadband but the speed at which they are connected varies widely.

Distance from the local telephone exchange is one factor governing connection speed, and people living in the countryside may find their service is considerably slower than those in urban areas.

The map below shows results from a broadband speed test on the BBC News Website.

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