U.K. villagers pass the hat for rural fiber

A small British village has become the first rural community in the country to gain high-speed broadband service by self-funding the creation of a fiber-optic network after larger telecoms declined to do so. Local businessmen in the village of Lyddington convinced 11 people to invest about $4,600 apiece to install the high-tech network.

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