M24Seven has been named as a registered supplier of the Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme, a £67M project which is part of the Governments vision for a full fibre Britain.
The scheme, which launched in March this year, aims to bring full fibre coverage across the whole of the UK, driving greater digital connectivity to support the growing demands which are placed on today’s businesses. The scheme offer’s SME’s (Small or Medium Enterprises) and the local communities surrounding them, the opportunity to claim up to £3,000 towards installation cost of a new gigabit-capable connectivity.
M24Seven Head of UK Channel, Andy Tatlock said “The previous government voucher scheme was a huge success for us and for our partners, we provided over a 1,500 end user voucher connections through our partners which means we are well prepared to maximise the opportunities available to our partners on the scheme. I would urge anyone else thinking of applying to do so today, the money is limited, and we have no way of knowing when it will be gone!”
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