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A new report from Ofcom shows that its risen from 54.2Mbps to 64Mbps.
Residents of Sharpness and Newton can now achieve speeds of up to 30Mbps.
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The measure will hopefully help encourage consumers to stay at home.
The speeds will be available as long as the current COVID-19 protective measures remain in place.
With millions working at home because of the coronavirus, there was a worry that the network wouldn't be able to cope.
The 20% of homes and businesses in the most hard-to-reach areas will benefit.
The flat antenna connects to a satellite to offer passengers a much faster, more reliable connection.
The technology will allow for new virtual and augmented reality content all across the park.
The £10 million project will be undertaken by Swedish operator VXFiber.
Around 250,000 homes and businesses will be covered by the rollout.
The ISP's Gigafast packages offer residents ultrafast speeds of up to 900Mbps.
Those on M50, L50, L70 and Capped Fibre 20 will be automatically upgraded to the M100 package.
An additional 50 sites across the city will receive full fibre broadband.
72 homes in Brig o’ Turk are now able to access speeds of up to 50Mbps.
A third of UK households can't get online in every room of the house.
Vodafone will use Openreach's network to provide those in Birmingham, Bristol and Liverpool with its Gigafast packages.
Residents of Longney and Framilode can now access speeds of up to 1Gbps.