Metronet (UK) have now connected over 100 new customers to the governments connection voucher scheme. The voucher scheme means that businesses struggling on ADSL or low bandwidth broadband can now apply for up to £3000 towards the cost of installing high speed superfast services. SME’s, registered charities, social enterprises and sole traders are all welcome to apply.
The scheme launched in Leeds and Birmingham in February and Metronet (UK) was the first supplier to take orders for in these areas.
Kate Rennicks, Head of Voucher Operations at Metronet (UK) said, “It is great to see so many SMEs across the UK taking advantage of the government funding. It’s really easy to apply so I would urge SMEs out there who need superfast to apply. This funding can create a step change for your business, so don’t delay!”
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