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An urgent internet overhaul is needed in the UK, according to the BBC.
The broadcaster says it has received more than 200 complaints about its internet infrastructure in the last year, and it wants to know what to do about it.
One of the complaints is about the quality of the internet, which has become an increasingly important issue for broadcasters across the UK.
One example is the BBC’s flagship website, the website for which is currently inaccessible due to the shutdown of the BBC Worldwide email server.
The BBC says the site is still accessible, but is experiencing problems with the speed at which emails are being processed.
The network said it had taken steps to resolve the issue and has been working with the ISPs to speed up the process.
The website, which currently has around 1.4 million unique users, is a major part of the UK’s public service, and its success relies on being able to deliver the BBC World Service, which is a digital TV channel and a website, to people across the country.
But it has also become increasingly important to many of the people using the service.
BBC chief executive Philip Beard said it was important that people had the choice to pay for the service they use.
He said the BBC was taking the issue very seriously, and that the BBC needed to be doing more to help the service reach its full potential.
“We are very conscious of how much more important the internet is to the service we deliver to millions of people, and the more people that we can reach,” he said.
“And we need to do everything we can to ensure that the quality and availability of that service is up to the standards that people expect of it.”
The BBC’s website was temporarily unavailable earlier this month because of a network shutdown.
Some customers have also complained about a slowdown in their internet speeds, but the network has been able to offer a patch.
There have been reports that the UK is not performing as well as it should, with some people saying they are experiencing difficulties accessing some of the services they have used.
One user, David, told the BBC the network was now working on a fix.
“It’s a very, very slow internet service,” he told the broadcaster.
“The only thing I can do is try to find a new internet provider.”
BBC chief operating officer Paul Thompson said the problems faced by many people who rely on the BBC website and social media sites was “incredibly frustrating”.
He said it would take time to fix the network’s problems, but promised to do more to improve the service as soon as possible.
“Our priority is making sure that we deliver the service people want to use, which means getting the best possible connectivity,” he added.
“This is a challenge that we have had to face for many years, and we have to work through it to make sure we are delivering the best service that we possibly can.”