Dumbarton residents welcome broadband plans

Tuesday, April 28th 2015
Plans to invest in the delivery of improved broadband infrastructure across Scotland have been welcomed by the residents of Dumbarton.
Dumbarton residents welcome broadband plans
The news that thousands of homes and businesses across the Dumbarton area will benefit from improved access to broadband services during the next phase of the Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband programme has been welcomed.

According to local publication the Dumbarton Reporter, Dumbarton and Vale MSP Jackie Baillie has stated the news is extremely pleasing, as it will help in the creation of jobs across the area as companies get better connected and are able to flourish.

Indeed, the delivery of superfast connections are helping to transform the lives of local residents, giving access to the latest in entertainment, online services and jobs.

"The Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband initiative is a great example of governments in Edinburgh, London and Brussels coming together to work with local councils to deliver real benefits," Ms Baillie added.

Once complete, the project aims to deliver download speeds of up to 80 Mbps for local residents, as well as upload rates of up to 20 Mbps.

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