Kent County Council has signed a £39.47m contract with BT to supply high-speed fibre broadband across Kent. At least 95% of properties in Kent will have access to higher-speed fibre broadband by the end of 2015 (with 91% having access to superfast speeds of 24Mbps and above) – and every property in the project area able to access download speeds of at least 2Mbps.
The project is backed by £10m of council funding, £9.87m from central government (BD UK) and £19.6m from BT.
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For further information, visit the Kent County Council website.
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