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Good News: Broadband in the East of England



 
 
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Old June 12th 05, 12:24 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Default Good News: Broadband in the East of England

Some good news at last! The EEDA have announced that funding is available
to upgrade a number of exchanges in the East of England. See the web site
below for further details.


http://www.adslguide.org.uk/newsarchive.asp?item=2250

Eight rural areas in East of England to get ADSL and SDSL

Author: MrSaffron

The East of England Development Agency has signed a deal with BT that will
see broadband services being brought to eight exchanges areas that BT
otherwise would not have enabled under its normal commercial rules. More
details over at Egovmonitor.com.

The exchanges to be enabled will be Broadfield, Hertfordshire; Burnt Fen,
Suffolk; Higham, Suffolk; Knarr Cross, Cambridgeshire; Brandon Creek,
Norfolk; Nordelph, Norfolk; Linstead, Suffolk; and Six Mile Bottom in
Cambridgeshire. The exchanges are to get ADSL, and additionally will also be
enabled for SDSL thus benefiting businesses in the area. The work on the
exchanges is slated to begin in the next few months and completed by the end
of October 2005.



Maurice


 




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