Amman Valley to get superfast broadband

Tuesday, October 28th 2014
Residents in Wales' Amman Valley will benefit from faster internet speeds.
Amman Valley to get superfast broadband
Fibre optic broadband has been rolled out to households and businesses in Wales' Amman Valley, thanks to a local connectivity project.

The Superfast Cymru scheme is part of a collaborative venture between the Welsh and UK governments, BT and the European Regional Development Fund. Its aim is to deliver fast fibre broadband to 96 per cent of properties in Wales by the end of spring 2016.

Businesses benefiting from the high-speed technology will be able to work more efficiently, helping to expand and create more jobs, while different household members will be able to be online at the same time.

Julie James, Deputy Minister for Skills and Technology, said: "Superfast broadband has the ability to change the way we live our lives: from accessing entertainment and communicating through social media, to how businesses interact with customers and how we use public services."

Households and businesses in the Amman Valley that wish to take advantage of the high-speed technology should get in touch with any internet service provider to make an order.

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