Faster broadband for Brinscall

Tuesday, February 3rd 2015
Brinscall residents are now able to connect to faster broadband services.
Faster broadband for Brinscall
The village of Brinscall in Lancashire has been successfully connected to new superfast broadband infrastructure.

Digital Economy Minister Ed Vaizey was on hand at a switching on ceremony for the final roadside cabinet to have been installed as part of the installation of new superfast systems in the area, the Chorley Guardian reports.

He welcomed the support of the local community in getting this new system fully up and running and praised the efforts of Superfast Lancashire - a partnership between BT and Lancashire County Council - in making the village's superfast dreams a reality.

Residents can now expect to receive download speeds of up to 80 Mbps and upload rates of up to 20 Mbps.

"I'm delighted that homes and businesses in Brinscall have today joined the 105,000 other premises in Lancashire that our rollout of superfast broadband has already reached," Mr Vaizey stated.

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