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Meg fights for broadband for local businesses

Friday, November 8, 2002

Meg Munn, Labour and Co-operative MP for Sheffield Heeley has today called on businesses in her constituency to register their interest in Broadband with BT.

Meg, who is campaigning to persuade BT to make Broadband available throughout the area,  has learnt that BT are now running a special registration scheme.

BT have produced a registration scheme that uses customer demand to direct where broadband should go next. The more people who  register in an area, the more chance they all have of joining in. BT claim that "It"s one of the innovations we"ve introduced to get broadband to more people faster."

Meg said today "I know there is a big demand for broadband in Sheffield. I have heard from many businesses in the area in particular who are desperate to see this fast speed internet access introduced. I urge all businesses and individuals in the area to register their interest today. You can do this by logging on to the special BT website www.workingwithyou.co.uk  BT have laid down this challenge, now it is up to us to make it happen."


Notes to the Editor

BT have set threshold levels for the exhanges at Greenhill and Woodseats of 300 and 350 customer registrations respectively, to enable them to be viable for broadband

Consumers and businesses in this area can log their interest in ordering ADSL broadband through internet service providers who will record it on BTs broadband database (a full list of service providers who may offer the service is available at www.bt.com/broadband). When the specified number of users in the Greenhill and Woodseats exchanges have registered an interest, BT will inform service providers who must then convert registrations into advance orders. Once this has happened, the exchanges will be enabled to deliver ADSL broadband.

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