It is surprising, at least to a wired-up suburbanite like me, that broadband still reaches only 61% of Scottish homes.
It's not just a rural problem. A straw poll of my colleagues revealed poor souls within the Glasgow postcode area who can't get broadband because they're too far from the telephone exchange.
Poor internet infrastructure can be a real problem for businesses too, especially as more and more essential services and government forms go online.
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