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A new map featuring details on how the introduction of universal broadband access will affect the UK has been unveiled by Orange.

The broadband provider's interactive map showcases the findings of its Connected Britain research, which was published earlier this year and highlighted trends that could emerge when reliable internet services are widespread.

A key issue expected to grow in the future is remote working, and details of where major regions currently stand in terms of such flexibility are featured on the map.

Robert Ainger, Director of Corporate Marketing at Orange UK, said universal broadband will "change the face of Britain as we know it".

He added: "The interactive map means that visitors to the site can quickly check out their current location or somewhere else that takes their fancy, to see how things are likely to pan out there in future."

Last month, Orange was rated the top mobile broadband provider in the UK by independent research body YouGov.

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