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South Gloucestershire and Wiltshire UK Name 13 New BT Fibre Rollout Areas

Thursday, January 23rd, 2014 (12:57 pm) - Score 1,304
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The joint £35.6m superfast broadband roll-out project between South Gloucestershire and Wiltshire in England has today announced another batch of local communities that can expect to receive an upgrade to BT’s “fibre broadband“(FTTC/P) network from summer 2014.

A number of local upgrades have already been announced (here and here) and so far this has resulted in an additional 1,100 premises being connected in Wiltshire (reaching 10,000 by June 2014) and 5,000 in South Gloucestershire by summer 2014.

Summer 2014 & Onwards Upgrades – South Gloucestershire
•Charfield
•Rangeworthy
•Wickwar

Wiltshire
•Hawthorn & Neston
•Winterslow
•Lacock
•Wilton
•Broad Chalke
•Idmiston / Gomeldon / Porton
•Westwood & Avoncliff
•Pitton
•Farley
•East and West Grimstead

The overall aim of the project is to ensure that 94% of local premises in South Gloucestershire are within reach of a 24Mbps+ capable FTTC/P connection from BT’s infrastructure by the end of March 2015, while Wiltshire anticipates coverage of 91% by the end of the following March 2016.

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  1. Avatar New_Londoner says:

    Good to see some of the more rural areas getting fast broadband, and some of these places are very rural.

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