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The vast majority of UK broadband subscribers are happy with the service they are receiving, Ofcom research has indicated.

When questioned by the media regulator at the end of 2014, just nine per cent expressed dissatisfaction with their current broadband connection.

Some 51 per cent of respondents said they were 'very satisfied', 34 per cent were 'partly satisfied' and five per cent offered no opinion.

This left six per cent who were 'fairly dissatisfied' and three per cent who were 'very dissatisfied' with their broadband service.

In the 2013 Ofcom survey, 11 per cent of consumers expressed discontent; meaning sentiment has improved by two percentage points in the last 12 months.

With regards to other communication services, six per cent of mobile users, four per cent of landline callers and four per cent of TV viewers were unhappy.

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