Telecoms watchdog Ofcom wants rural people to tell it about the broadband challenges they face.
Ofcom said it wanted to find out more about the “rural broadband experience” by encouraging rural people to join its research panel.
Ofcom said it existed to make communications markets work for everyone. One of the ways it did so was by conducting research to find out about the customer experience across the UK.
Each year, Ofcom reports its findings in its flagship Connected Nations report – which provides a snapshot of the state of the UK communication network.
To inform this and wider work, Ofcom is calling for volunteers to sign up to join its expanded research panel of broadband customers.
Ofcom said it was “particularly looking to sign up more people who live in rural areas in order find out more about the challenges they face”.
Potential participants are encouraged to sign up via Ofcom’s partner’s website at Volunteers who meet Ofcom’s sample requirements will be sent a unit to plug into a mains socket and connect to their home broadband router. Further details for volunteers
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