In 2012, the Chancellor, George Osborne, revealed that key cities in the UK were to share £100 million to introduce ultrafast broadband to their local community. The government Super-Connected Cities scheme was designed to deliver ambitious plans to drive growth, attract new businesses and transform the way services are provided and accessed. The scheme was successful overall but, initially there was poor take-up from small businesses.
However, 2017 sees a renewed version of the scheme with “Gigabit Vouchers”. The plans are part of a £200m pot for a full-fibre investment which will offer businesses vouchers of up to £3000 for "gigabit-capable" connectivity, after which, they will pay the ongoing line rental costs.
As well as the voucher scheme, the government said it will spend the rest of the £200m:
This time around there are more requirements for Telecoms companies to participate in the scheme and only a handful of selected providers have been chosen for the initial launch. Telecoms World are extremely pleased to have been selected after proving that we can meet the specific requirements set by government.
Some of the Telecom Provider requirements, which Telecoms World meet, include:
We can also fulfil BOTH of the following characteristics specified by the scheme:
Contact us now to start the 3 easy steps to getting full fibre broadband installed for your premises.
The vouchers, worth up to £3,000, are being made available to help businesses get Gigabit full-fibre broadband.
This scheme is for a limited period only so contact us today: email@example.com
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