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Don't miss chance for fast web vote; LETTERS.

THANKS to Anne Beynon, BT Director Wales, for drawing attention to the Race to Infinity initiative. I've already voted on behalf of the Caernarfon telephone exchange.

It appears that I was voter number 59 out of a possible total of 6,199. As this only represents 0.95% of eligible voters, I would urge other internet users served from the Caernarfon telephone exchange to cast their vote a.s.a.p., as the higher the percentage the sooner we'll get high-speed internet in this part of the country.

That having been said, our main problem in Llanrug is the fact that most of the village is a Broadband Notspot. This, however, is not shown on the Welsh Assembly's map for such areas in North West Wales. Therefore, please BT and Assembly take note of this, and please give us an acceptable standard service for now, as upgrading the service to the telephone exchange will not of necessity help such villages as Llanrug, which are very far from the telephone exchange. I've already been in correspondence with my Assembly Member on this issue and informed the relevant officers of Gwynedd Council's Development Committee.

Councillor Charles Wyn Jones, Llanrug
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:Dec 3, 2010
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