Superfast broadband on its way for Verwood and Three Legged Cross

First published in New Forest News

SUPERFAST broadband is on its way for parts of Verwood and Three Legged Cross in June.

The service, which will enable people to connect at speeds of up to 32mbps, will finally bring residents up to date and allow them to view live video streaming, and download whole films.

Faster broadband has also been shown to improve the value of your home.

Green roadside cabinets are being installed to enable the new technology to reach homes.

The Superfast Dorset Project says it is promising speeds of more than 2mbps for the whole county, with most people being on 24mbps or more - the point at which broadband becomes “superfast”.

It is working on replacing the old copper wire across the county with fibre optic cable, and the project says 95 per cent of homes and businesses should be superfast by the end of 2016.

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