Fife communities get fibre broadband from BT

Saturday, March 22nd 2014

Super fast broadband connectivity has been extended to Fife communities of central Glenrothes, Kelty and Cowdenbeath. It is expected that more than 15,000 businesses and homes will be connected to the service when the programme is completed in a few weeks. 61,000 properties in Fife are already connected to fibre broadband and it is expected to cover 114,000 properties when the project gets completed.

Reports say that BT will spend £3 billion to rollout fibre optic cable across UK of which £2.5 billion will be spent on commercial project and the remaining fund will be spend on rural projects along with the local councils.

According to Brendan Dick, the Director of BT Scotland, consumers can enjoy music, video, social media, shopping and more while using fibre broadband.

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