Scole Broadband
A rural community in East Anglia has switched on hyperfast broadband for the first time, after it funded and helped build its own 1Gbps, full-fibre network connection. Volunteers and financiers in Scole, Norfolk, joined forces with charity Broadband for the Rural North (B4RN) last summer because the internet connection in the village was too slow. B4RN has set up 1Gbps links in Lancashire, Cumbria and Yorkshire and agreed to set up B4RNorfolk to oversee the project. Together Scole villagers raised the […]
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