Wales UK Extends Broadband Support Scheme by Six Months

The Welsh Government’s £4m Broadband Support Scheme, which offers grants worth up to £1,000 to help those living in rural parts of Wales where sub-2Mbps internet download speeds or “NotSpots” still exist, has been extended by six months after it was originally scheduled to close on 31st March 2013.
So if you have not made your application you have one last chance.

 

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One Response to Wales UK Extends Broadband Support Scheme by Six Months

  1. Philhen says:

    Does this mean that the FTTC is going to take far longer than expected.

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