Canterbury 4 Business

Published: 23-03-2012

Make Kent Quicker

Kent local authorities are committed to securing better broadband for businesses and communities in the county. The ambition is for 90 per cent of homes and businesses to have superfast broadband access by 2015, and for everyone to have access to a service of at least 2mb. Kent County Council and the government are investing over £20 million to help make this happen.

However, to achieve these ambitions, broadband providers are needed to invest. This requires KCC to demonstrate the demand for better broadband. The greater the demand, the more broadband providers will be prepared to invest in Kent.  It only takes five minutes to register your demand and it could make a great difference, so please register now and encourage your neighbours to get involved as well.

Please register by visiting the link below.
http://www.kent.gov.uk/community_and_living/community_grants_and_funding/broadband.aspx

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