Exeter Castle to benefit from fibre-to-the-cabinet super-fast broadband

Saturday, October 29th 2011

Exeter Castle households are set to benefit from fibre-to-the-cabinet super-fast broadband services offering speeds up to 40Mb. Exeter Castle exchange gets BT upgrade and this will connect more businesses and households in the regions with super fast broadband. Clodagh Murphy, director of KCOM expressed her contentment towards this development and said that people living within the areas can benefit from the Exeter Castle exchange upgrade. People who want to benefit from fibre broadband have already started contacting KCOM. Customers will be offered with the service within ten days after placing the orders, she said. KCOM offers range of fibre optic broadband packages that offers up to 40Mb speeds. By paying an addition of £5 extra customers can get upload speeds of 10Mb. The prices of the packages begin from £21.50 for a 10GB usage allowance. Their unlimited package costs £59 a month.


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