Broadband signup urged in Hampshire

Tuesday, December 30th 2014
Households across Hampshire are being encouraged to make use of superfast broadband connectivity in their area.
Broadband signup urged in Hampshire
Hampshire property owners are being urged to make the most of existing superfast broadband infrastructure in the area and to sign up for faster connections.

There are currently more than 26,000 households across the county that are making use of these faster broadband speeds, but Hampshire County Council wants thousands more people to utilise this technology in the coming months, Portsmouth News reports.

Council leader Roy Perry commented: "Now's the time for residents and businesses to explore whether they can receive superfast broadband and reap the rewards it can bring."

He added that an explosion in online services has taken place in recent years and access to the latest broadband infrastructure is now essential to ensure households can make the most of living in the modern, connected world.

Individuals who are unsure as to whether or not they have access to superfast broadband in their area are being encouraged to visit the council's website and find out for themselves.

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