BT, Norfolk County Council sign broadband contract

Friday 21 December 2012 | 13:31 CET | News
BT and Norfolk County Council have signed an official broadband network delivery contract. The multi-million pound deal aims to almost double the number of Norfolk homes and businesses able to access superfast broadband within three years. The project intends to eliminate broadband 'not spots' by autumn 2015.

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