TalkTalk invests £200k in west Norfolk broadband
TalkTalk has bolstered broadband connectivity in west Norfolk by investing tens of thousands of pounds in the local network.
Exchanges at Middleton, Terrington St Clement, Hunstanton and Heacham have all been upgraded by the internet service provider (ISP) under a £200,000 project, reports Lynn News.
The rollout is part of TalkTalk's national next-generation network (NGN) deployment, which has so far attracted £600 million of investment from the company.
By the end of the year, TalkTalk aims to cover 93 per cent of the country with the infrastructure.
Homes and businesses served by the upgraded broadband network will be able to take advantage of faster upload and download speeds, enhanced service quality and access to the ISP's growing range of products.
Customers who have recently seen their connection upgraded as part of the rollout have received an average speed boost of 50 per cent.
As well as rolling out its NGN, TalkTalk recently launched its new super-fast broadband service, which offers downstream speeds of up to 80Mbps.
The company explained the proposition will allow customers to enjoy reliable use of online applications such as live TV streaming and downloading movies.