DCMS introduce £114m UK broadband investment

Brandon Bakshi

Culture Secretary Maria Miller announced that ten UK cities will share a forthcoming £114 million investment into broadband.

The funding will be shared by the four UK capital cities along with Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds & Bradford, Newcastle and Manchester. 

The investment aims to transform the ten cities into ‘super-connected cities’ by offering high-tech and digital companies the infrastructure, aiding them in competing for business, investment and jobs with the world’s top digital cities.

It will help provide businesses with ultrafast ...

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