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A county council partnership programme is supporting businesses to potentially access some of the fastest broadband speeds in the country.
Today's Which? report into national broadband speeds placed Tamworth as being the best in the country for being able to connect to fast broadband speeds, with an average of 30.4 megabits per second (mbps).
A £400,000 drive to make superfast fibre broadband available in even more of Staffordshire's most remote communities is in full swing.
Superfast Staffordshire launched its Community Fibre Partnership Support Fund at Norton Bridge Golf Club, near Stone, one of the rural businesses looking forward to benefiting from the new scheme.
A Staffordshire business park is to become the second location in the county to benefit from a new initiative designed to help more people - especially in rural areas - get superfast fibre broadband.
Partners in the multi-million pound Superfast Staffordshire project today announced they were at Loggerheads - but in the best possible way!
Loggerheads is the name of the community where the project's 500th fibre broadband cabinet has just gone live.
A national organisation which has campaigned for better broadband for rural businesses is itself now benefitting from faster fibre technology, thanks to the Superfast Staffordshire partnership led by Staffordshire County Council and BT.
Abbots Bromley, Amington, Armitage, Branston, Church Eaton, Flash, Fradley, Hixon, Hopton, Kings Bromley, Sandyford, Trentham, Tutbury, Wheaton Aston, Yarnfield and Yoxall are among fastest to seize benefits of high-speed fibre broadband. Take-up of fibre broadband doubles in a year thanks to Superfast Staffordshire roll-out.
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