BT has revealed the next areas to be connected to its
BT is wiring up areas based on demand, with hopeful broadbanders voting for their manor in the Race To Infinity scheme, a competition to see which locales get the most votes.
The next two areas to be connected will be Caxton in Cambridgeshire and Malvern in Worcestershire. They were the first two towns to top 1,000 votes.
Don't get too excited though, Caxtonites and Malvernistas, because the launch isn't expected until at least early 2012. That gives BT plenty of time to cosy up to Culture Minister Ed Vaizey and his plans to, and .
Meanwhile, racetoinfinity.bt.com.is scheduled to launch before Christmas, speeding up winter Web browsing in parts of London, the south-east and West Yorkshire. If you're stuck in a , you've got until the end of December to register a vote for your ends at