High-speed Internet access needed to revitalise Europe's rural regions

Connecting the 30 per cent of the EU's rural population that has no high speed Internet access should be a priority for achieving "broadband for all" by 2010, the European Commission said today. Improved Internet connectivity is a powerful tool to stimulate swift economic recovery. The Commission has now outlined how it would use its own support programmes to boost Internet networks and services in rural areas, and called on EU Member States to do the same. Article

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