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Latest news

10 October 2017

Meet Fibre Fox – and help to give him a name

There’s a new addition to the Superfast Leicestershire broadband team.

‘Fibre Fox’ is all bright eyed and bushy tailed about being the new public face of Leicestershire County Council’s broadband partnership with BT – but he needs a name!

So people across Leicestershire are being encouraged to take part in a competition, running through to the end of October, to find a catchy name for Leicestershire’s new broadband hero.

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06 October 2017

Stakeholder Forum

Just a reminder that the Superfast Leicestershire Stakeholder Forum is being held at County Hall in Glenfield on Monday 9th October – and representatives from all of Leicestershire’s parish councils are being invited to go along.

The Forum takes place from 6pm to 8pm and will give parish councils, community groups and interested residents the opportunity to hear more about the Superfast Leicestershire broadband programme.

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Interim better broadband scheme

If you currently experience poor broadband speeds, or if you are unable to obtain an affordable broadband service at all, our Superfast Leicestershire programme will provide you with access to an alternative broadband service that will offer speeds of at least 2Mbps.

This scheme will fulfil the Government’s commitment to ensure everyone can access a minimum download speed of 2Mbps – the Universal Service Commitment.

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