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BT's Openreach are trying to improve internet speeds for some of Scotland's most remote homes and businesses.
They aim to deliver the service to every household across the UK.
Thousands of communities across the UK are set to benefit from the decision.
150,000 homes and buisnesses across six different counties are set to benefit from the project.
Britain's ISPs could be forced to change the way they advertise their broadband speeds.
The 5th Earl of Iddesleigh refuses to let BT build telephone poles on his land.
Balquiddher have been campaigning for better broadband for the past thee years.
CITL and O2 have been selected to take on construction
Known as Voom Fibre, the ultrafast service will be aimed at small to medium sized UK buisnesses.
High-speed fixed and wireless networks, emergency support and over 20,000 body worn video cameras will all be provided.
12 social housing devolpments will have access to the new service.
Virgin Media are bringing their Project Lightning broadband rollout scheme to southwest England.
Ofcom were called into investigate after a dispute over the installation of high-speed cables.
Consumers should reiceve compensation if engineers fail to turn up.
This new investment will help bring superfast broadband to even more premises across the county.
Kent based accountancy firm Temiz Bookkeeping are now able to recieve broadband speeds of up to 330Mbps.
Provider Onecom will be carrying out the installations as part of the Lighting Up Coventry scheme.
Set to open in London, the centres will be used to develop next generation telecommuniation technology