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A Staffordshire garden designer is praising work to make faster broadband available as a county council partnership programme marks its five-year anniversary.
Across Staffordshire, more than 75,000 homes and businesses can benefit from faster speeds thanks to the county council's £32 million Superfast Staffordshire partnership with Openreach.
More Staffordshire residents are being urged to get connected to recent fibre broadband connection in 2019 and improve access to a broad range of services and opportunities.
People are being urged to find out how they can improve their day-to-day living through digital technology and getting connected during national Get Online Week.
Staffordshire businesses can improve efficiency through full fibre broadband connection using vouchers worth up to £3,000.
The Superfast Staffordshire partnership - spearheaded by Staffordshire County Council and BT Group - today announced a major expansion which has seen it bring superfast fibre broadband to even more of the county's smallest, most remote communities.
Ninety-five per cent of Staffordshire households and businesses can now get superfast fibre broadband.
Villagers in Cotwalton, near Stone, have seen their broadband download speeds increase - from around 3Mpbs to more than 300Mbps - after becoming the first premises to benefit from the county council's Community Fibre Partnership Support Fund (CFPSF).
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