Dorset firms receive connectivity uplift

Monday, March 2nd 2015
A host of Dorset businesses have been connected to superfast broadband services in recent months.
Dorset firms receive connectivity uplift
Businesses across Dorset are being given the opportunity to connect to new superfast broadband services.

Managing Director of Next Generation Access for BT Bill Murphy commented: "In Dorset, more than 275,000 homes and businesses now have access to high-speed fibre broadband thanks to Superfast Dorset and BT's own commercial fibre broadband programme."

He added that forward-thinking partnerships, such as the Superfast Dorset programme, are helping to deliver significant benefits to businesses and communities across the region.

One business to have seen a significant boost following the rollout of new broadband infrastructure in the area is Nicci Campbell's Angel Cake Company.

Ms Campbell stated her company - which specialises in celebration cakes and confectionary - has gone from strength to strength since new broadband services have been launched in Dorset, with a wider reach to attract new customers and a significant upturn in trade for the firm.

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