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Staffordshire UK Publish BDUK and BT Superfast Broadband Rollout Map

Friday, November 22nd, 2013 (10:43 am) - Score 1,350
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The £27.3 million Superfast Staffordshire project in England (West Midlands), which aims to make BT’s “fibre broadband” (FTTC/P) network available to 97% (95% will get superfast speeds of 25Mbps+) of local premises by Spring 2016, has today published its official deployment map.

According to the Burton Mail, the first communities (e.g. Tutbury) to benefit from the Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK) supported roll-out will go live from April 2014. Overall BTOpenreach expects to install over 1 million metres of new fibre optic cable and 500 new street cabinets across the county.

Superfast Staffordshire Map
http://www.superfaststaffordshire.co.uk/where-and-when/where-and-when/

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4 Responses
  1. Avatar Adam says:

    Its about time Staffordshire published this data.

    However the map is useless as you can actually read where you live in relation to the rollout schedule.

    Very poor

  2. Avatar Jim says:

    adam – most, if not all of the BDUK related rollout map info has been quite useless, maps all of poor image quality, probably BT wanted data to be vague

  3. Avatar Spilt Milk says:

    Very vague date ranges and the map looks more like one of my kids finger paintings than any useful info.

  4. Avatar Ignitionnet says:

    Okay this has to be asked – what’s with the ‘UK’ bit shown as often as possible in every news story? Is there another Staffordshire somewhere or did the site have a lot of visitors thinking that the stories applied to their local areas despite their not being in the UK?

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