Broadband industry experts are to gather at an event next month where they will discuss the future of internet access in the UK.
The State of the Broadband Nation seminar, which has been organised by the Westminster eForum and will be held on November 26th, will consider the applications that are emerging for those on next-generation broadband.
Other issues such as the proposed tax on fixed telephone lines and the cost of deploying high-speed services will also be looked at.
Experts from a range of broadband providers including Virgin Media, TalkTalk and BT are set to speak at the event, alongside keynote speaker Antony Walker, the Chief Executive of the Broadband Stakeholder Group.
Interested parties can book online or via telephone to attend the event.
Details about the event have come after the government's former Digital Britain minister, Lord Carter, told a technology event that universal broadband in the UK could be as important as the minimum wage, reports eWeek Europe.