Better Broadband for Suffolk

Better Broadband for Suffolk reaches 50,000 properties. L-R: Cllr Mark Bee (Suffolk County Council), Tim Whitley (BT), Peter Butler (Openreach), Chris Bally (Suffolk County Council), Peter Ingram (Suffolk County Council), Mark Spells (Openreach), Caroline Goldsworthy (BT), Meral Bence (Openreach).

Suffolk: More than 50,000 homes now have access to superfast broadband as campaign hits landmark halfway stage

The drive to improve internet access to businesses and communities across Suffolk has reached the halfway stage – with more than 50,000 properties connected six weeks ahead of schedule.

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Since launching in May last year, the BBSP has now provided superfast broadband to 44,554 properties. It means the scheme is closing in on its target of connecting around 100,000 homes and businesses to fibre-based broadband by the end of 2015.

Suffolk: Almost 50,000 homes and businesses connected to superfast broadband under the Better Broadband for Suffolk Programme

Rural residents in Suffolk will not be left behind on the internet highway, it was claimed last night, after it emerged almost 50,000 properties in the county now have access to better broadband.

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Anne Turrell, councillor for economic development at Colchester Borough Council.

Essex: Superfast broadband project launched

A superfast broadband cabinet was unveiled at Severall’s Business Park in Colchester today at the launch of a project to improve connectivity across Essex.

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Apparently it is possibly to get better broadband on the moon than in parts of rural Suffolk.Elizabeth Gavin, owner of The Moon and Mushroom pub in Swilland.

Suffolk: NASA say internet speeds are faster on the moon than they are at the Moon and Mushroom pub in Swilland

For years there’s been concern about broadband in rural areas, but now technology experts have managed to run faster speeds to the moon than you get in parts of rural Suffolk.

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Users are thought to have been disconnected since last night, with homes and businesses facing a communications blackout today.

Update: Services back online for Sky telephone and broadband customers

Sky phone and broadband customers are back online after hours of disruption.

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