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Connected Counties

Bucks and Herts have teamed up to increase fibre broadband coverage in the two counties.

We are working with BT to achieve county-wide fibre coverage of at least 90 per cent by the end of March 2016.

We are also looking to extend fibre broadband even further, with coverage to reach 95% in Herts by September 2017 and 98% by June 2018, and further plans for Bucks to be announced early next year.


Can you get fibre broadband?

Our Check Availability page will let you know if your premise is in the rollout plans.

Just enter your details into the Postcode and Line Checker and find out if you are in Contract 1 of the programme rollout (running until March 2016).

Our Mapping tab also has info on overall county coverage and a list of those postcodes in the second Herts rollout, starting in January 2016. 

Latest News

Get all the latest broadband news and info with issue 11 of the Connected Counties Newsletter

Features include:

  • Latest rollout progress
  • New developments without fibre
  • How to become a digital champion

Plus much more from the world of broadband and beyond!

 

 

Rollout Progress

Find out the latest broadband cabinets in Bucks and Herts which are being upgraded to fibre through the current contract rollout (running until March 2016).

For more information on the plans for the second contract rollout, please see here.

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Compare Broadband Prices

Our new Ofcom approved price comparison page allows you to compare the best broadband deals, speeds, prices and coverage in your area.

 

Ofcom Price Comparison

Basic Broadband Satellite Scheme

This scheme is intended to deliver the Government’s commitment to ensure that all homes and businesses have access to download broadband speeds of at least 2Mbps (megabits per second) by December 2015. Residents and businesses which have speeds below 2Mbps will be able to apply for support for a satellite broadband connection.

This scheme has now been launched. You can find detailed information on the process and apply via the below link.

#gosuperfast

The UK government and local authorities are investing over £1.7 billion to improve superfast broadband.

Please see the latest national campaign video here:

 

 

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