See the latest news and offers from the world of broadband.
£1 billion will spent on the project which is targeting those in underserved regions.
The provider will continue to use CityFibre's fibre-to-the-premise network.
The project should be completed by 2024.
They're aiming to connect up 25 UK million homes and businesses by the end of 2026.
BT Home Essentials will offer an average speed of 36Mbps for £15 a month.
Although progress has been made there's still a way to go in closing the digital divide.
Upon completion, 30% of homes in the London borough will be able to access Hyperoptic's services.
Another 7,000 homes throughout the city will soon have access to gigabit speeds.
Traders and customers across the borough will be able to enjoy the service.
The £12 billion project aims to gives 20 million premises access to this network by 2030.
It's now available in a number of areas across Scotland, Northern England, Northern Ireland and Wales.
The amount of farmers who have access to superfast broadband has increased by 3% over the last year.
The regulator aims to change the way in which customers switch to a provider on a different network.
Existing infrastructure will be used in the build meaning it should be completed by mid-March 2021.
The project will focus on homes and businesses in those hard-to-reach rural areas.
All UK firms with between 1 and 50 employees are eligible for the service.
Customers can enjoy using the internet without worrying about running up an expensive bill.
They'll soon provide broadband in Portsmouth, Swindon, Reading, Plymouth, Crawley and Horsham.