Better, faster broadband

Find out if you can get faster broadband in your area.

The following options below will help you find out availability in your area:

Openreach

Openreach operates the broadband infrastructure, through which a number of suppliers sell services including Sky, Talk Talk, BT and Vodafone.

Enter your landline number or postcode and address into the Openreach availability checker.

The checker will tell you whether services are available to you, and if not give you information about when they may be.

It will also tell you which exchange serves your property. If a cabinet number is not given, your home or business is either connected directly to the exchange, or is served by fibre to the premise (FTTP) network.

Virgin Media

Enter your postcode and address into Virgin Media’s availability checker.

The checker will tell you whether services are available to you, and offer you broadband and/or telephone packages to consider buying.

4G Mobile

You may be able to get a 4G mobile broadband connection. Enter your postcode and address into Ofcom’s mobile coverage availability checker.

The checker will tell you which providers offer 4G coverage both indoors and outdoors.

Better Broadband Scheme

Consider applying for a subsidised wireless or satellite broadband installation to give you a service of at least 2mbps download speed.

You can find out more on Better Broadband Scheme.

Better Connected

This project has made it possible for more than 95% of the county to enjoy superfast broadband.

We are now pushing even further to provide coverage to an extra 7,000 extra homes and businesses.

The £30m project is being delivered in partnership with BT and the government department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).

 
Last updated:
25 October 2018

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