Bradley Stoke exchange only residents may get superfast broadband access

Thursday, October 2nd 2014
Work is underway to deliver superfast broadband to exchange only residents in Bradley Stoke.
Bradley Stoke exchange only residents may get superfast broadband access
A significant number of residents in Bradley Stoke who currently receive their internet connections via exchange only telephone lines in nearby Almondsbury could soon be able to log on to their online devices with superfast fibre broadband.

The Bradley Stoke Journal reports that people living in approximately 1,700 homes in the community are waiting to hear whether or not they will be eligible to receive a connection to the high-speed technology.

South Gloucestershire Council and service provider BT are working together to implement a government-funded rollout in Bradley Stoke, installing new green roadside cabinets throughout the area.

According to the news provider, these are now all in position and ready to be switched-on to the fibre network within the coming weeks.

Those who are able to connect to superfast broadband should then be able to enjoy significantly improved internet loading speeds, as well as the ability to access the web on several devices in one property at a time.

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