BT's Race to Infinity campaign to determine areas that are most desperate to gain access to super-fast broadband internet will come to an end tomorrow on 31st December.
The "Race to Infinity" campaign was conceived to generate buzz about BT's super-fast broadband connection plans and to determine the demand for adequate broadband speeds in rural areas.
More than 2,000 participants took part in the Race to Infinity campaign, only 20 areas, which have more than 1,000 votes in their kitty have qualified for consideration. Out of the 20, BT will narrow down to 5 winning areas that have the maximum number of votes.
So far, the top 5 areas with the maximum vote include Whitchurch which has 2331 votes, Madingley with 2069 votes, Burley-in-Wharfedale with 1979 votes, Caxton with 1925 votes and Malvern which has garnered 1834 votes.
BT has also promised that areas that fail to win the competition but have more than 75 percent of the population rooting for the connection will get the superfast broadband access anyway.