Broadband boost for Brentwood parishes

Monday, February 2nd 2015
Several areas of Brentwood are to receive a boost to connectivity in the months ahead.
Broadband boost for Brentwood parishes
A number of rural parishes across Brentford are to receive a boost to broadband connectivity over the coming months.

Residents will be able to connect to download speeds of between 40 and 60 Mbps once associated infrastructure work is carried out and could see these new services in place by June, the Brentwood Gazette reports.

The work forms part of ongoing efforts to provide improved broadband services to 85 per cent of the county by 2016 and is being delivered as part of an ongoing partnership between Essex County Council and BT.

A spokesperson for BT told the news provider: "We are working closely with Superfast Essex to further plan and expand into areas of Essex, such as these parishes which were not covered by the commercial rollout."

Once complete, the work will enable more than 580,000 Essex homes and businesses to connect to superfast broadband.

Related Stories

Millions of Britons are living with broadband speeds that do not live up to their expectations.
Broadband customers are to be given powers to switch providers if their service does not meet their expectations.
Knutsford residents are benefiting from enhanced broadband services.
A new pilot scheme will aim to bring superfast broadband to hard-to-reach areas across North Lincolnshire.
The ongoing iNorthumberland project is to benefit from an additional influx of funds.
Shropshire residents are to benefit from an extra £5.5 million in funding for enhanced broadband services.

Add a comment

Comment
Your name
Your e-mail address

Comments (0)

Home  |  Guides  |  Links  |  Local  |  Sitemap  |  Privacy Policy  |  Terms
Copyright © 2005-2018 Broadbandchoice.co.uk. All rights reserved.