Progress for Pembrokeshire broadband rollout

Wednesday, March 11th 2015
Superfast Cymru continues to bring improved broadband access to the people of Pembrokeshire.
Progress for Pembrokeshire broadband rollout
Homes and businesses across Pembrokeshire have welcomed the launch of improved broadband infrastructure in their area.

To date, more than 23,5000 properties across the county have been connected to next-generation superfast services as a result of the ongoing efforts and investment of the Superfast Cymru programme.

The scheme has the target of achieving superfast coverage for 96 per cent of all Welsh communities by spring 2016 and the work being carried out across Pembrokeshire at present forms a key part of these aims.

Deputy Minister for Skills and Technology Julie James said: "The Superfast Cymru programme is changing the digital landscape in Wales and I'm pleased to see more and more premises gaining access in Pembrokeshire."

She added that the pace at which new infrastructure is being delivered will not slow down over the months ahead, with Superfast Cymru intent on making Wales a "truly digital nation".

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