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Winds of change - multi-million pound roll-out of superfast broadband reaches out to every corner of Warwickshire

Winds of change - multi-million pound roll-out of superfast broadband reaches out to every corner of Warwickshire

Press Releases   •   Feb 19, 2018 10:34 GMT

The next phase of the multi-million pound CSW Broadband roll-out will have a positive impact on communities the length and breadth of the county, lead partners Warwickshire County Council and BT Group announced today.

60,000 households and businesses looking forward to a fibre broadband Christmas thanks to multi-million pound CSW Broadband

60,000 households and businesses looking forward to a fibre broadband Christmas thanks to multi-million pound CSW Broadband

Press Releases   •   Dec 04, 2017 11:11 GMT

The CSW Broadband Project has delivered some early Christmas cheer by confirming 60,000 households and businesses are now able to get high-speed broadband thanks to the partnership’s multi-million pound roll-out. The technology has recently become available in parts of Baginton, Clifford Chambers, Lower Tysoe and the Longbridge area of Warwick. Engineers from Openreach are doing the upgrade work.