KCOM Internet backs BT Cornish Broadband Project

Friday, October 8th 2010

An emerging interent service provider operating in Cornwall; KCOM Internet has welcomed the plans of BT to connect the area with its superfast fibre optic broadband network.

The internet service provider has claimed that connectivity to superfast fibre optic broadband network would prove to be greatly beneficial for its customers in the area. This has been reported by a technology news website - Cable.

The telecommunications giant of the United Kingdom, BT, who is also the prominent fibre optic broadband provider in the country had entered into a deal with the Cornwall Council in September for connecting at least 80 to 90 per cent of homes and businesses with its superfast broadband services by the year 2014.

Under the agreement, both BT and the Council of Cornwall have announced plans for investing up to GBP 132 million for the fibre optic broadband internet project in the area.

The director of KCOM Internet, Clodagh Murphy claimed that the news was quite exciting for their customers as it stood to bring fresh opportunities of commerce to the region.

Murphy added that superfast fibre optic broadband was necessary for small and medium business firms like his own that had been launched almost fifteen years back, for sustaining the economic culture as well as the growing technology.

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