BT fibre optic broadband demos coming to Edinburgh

Monday, September 27th 2010
Telecoms giant BT is showing off its fibre optic broadband offering in the Scottish capital at the start of October 2010.
BT fibre optic broadband demos coming to Edinburgh
BT will park its fibre optic broadband demonstration bus in Edinburgh at the start of next month to showcase the technology to residents and businesses.

The BT Infinity double-decker will be at the Asda superstore at Chesser on October 1st 2010 from 10:00 until 17:00 BST, followed by a trip to Gyle Shopping Centre the next day, where it will stay from 10:00 to 18:00.

As well as highlighting the benefits of super-fast broadband, BT will be on the lookout for a "super family" who can demonstrate that the internet is an integral part of their daily lives.

The winners will be given a free 18-month subscription to BT Infinity.

Director of BT Scotland Brendan Dick commented: "As online services evolve, BT Infinity broadband will really make the difference in homes, particularly where there's heavy demand for internet access."

Last week, the telecoms giant revealed its representatives will also be visiting Glasgow to demonstrate its fibre optic broadband service.

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