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Better broadband 'going live' in Bradley Stoke

Tuesday, January 27th 2015 by Editorial
Bradley Stoke residents are set to benefit from improved broadband speeds following the completion of cabinet installation works in the area.

Fibre broadband services are being rolled out across the South Gloucestershire town of Bradley Stoke, following the installation of the last street cabinets as part of ongoing council-backed plans for better broadband in the area.

The Bradley Stoke Journal reports up to 3,500 local residents are expected to receive improved download rates following the setting live of the area's final fibre optic cabinet earlier this month, situated on Brook Way.

Work in the area to improve access to superfast connectivity has been made possible through ongoing investment from the county council and the efforts of engineers from BT's Openreach division.

The coming months will now see a ramping up of broadband speeds in the area as Openreach finalises capacity improvements for the finished fibre optic network, with households and businesses across Bradley Stoke in line for a considerable boost to download rates when signing up to new, faster services.