Oxford City Council’s Superfast Broadband Connection Voucher scheme has now been expanded to operate in Oxford’s Wider Economic Area.
Small businesses in Glasgow, Inverness, Stirling and Dundee able to apply for government funding to connect them to faster broadband. Small businesses across four more Scottish cities will now be able to be able to apply for a share of £40 million.
The Urban Broadband Team, part of the Department of Culture Media & Sport, recently release an update to all supplier on the scheme. Of the information provided, two topics were of huge importance.
Broadband Delivery UK, the body responsible for building out superfast broadband, is launching a TV ad to promote the benefits of its investment in improving internet access
The Iron Duke in Waterloo Street in Hove has benefited from £3,000 worth of internet equipment, free of charge.