Monday, November 15, 2010

Campaign For Super-fast Broadband Hots Up in Milton Keynes

The call for action on next-generation broadband provision in Milton Keynes heated up last week as the city's two local MPs Mark Lancaster and Iain Stewart joined the local Citizen newspaper campaign for broadband action.

The Milton Keynes broadband action campaign which aims to register 1,000 residents signature is intended to demonstrate local demand and attract fibre to the home (FTTH) or fibre to the cabinet (FTTC) coverage from BT OpenReach.

Briteyellow CEO Fredi Nonyelu welcomed the campaign which is raising awareness of the need for super-fast internet connectivity for all citizens.

"It is vital that there are no longer any broadband "not-spots" across Milton Keynes. Briteyellow is now extending high speed business and residential wireless broadband services to subscribers within Milton Keynes to communities that remain outside the reach of BT's fibre network. We are working with other local partners and community broadband champions to ensure that any location with 35 or more registered subscribers that is currently excluded from BT fibre trials can be connected to Briteyellow's wireless broadband service and enjoy the fastest possible service available in Milton Keynes."

To register interest for Briteyellow's wireless broadband rollout simply enroll online at www.briteyellow.com/register.

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