Scottish Government publishes broadband action plan

Tuesday 31 January 2012 | 17:39 CET | News
The Scottish Government has published a digital infrastructure action plan to deliver faster internet access across the country. To deliver the plan, it aims to secure investment worth hundreds of millions from both the public and private sector, with public funding of GBP 185 million already identified. Improving mobile coverage across Scotland is also an important element of the plan to ensure that people have good access to data on the move. The Government will launch a procurement for infrastructure by summer 2012 with the aim of delivering substantial improvements for all by 2015. It

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