Ministers have just announced that the Government’s Better Broadband Scheme will continue through 2018. This will allow residents and businesses who are unable to access download speeds of more than …Read More
In line with UK Government policy, the East Sussex broadband programme has now launched a subsidised basic broadband service for anyone unable to get a 2Mbps broadband service through any other means…Read More
Delivery headlines for eSussex contract 1, as of October 2015:
|60,206||premises have been passed by fibre|
The below map shows a high level view of Next Generation Access coverage across East Sussex, including indicative Contract 2 coverage. Please note that information may be subject to change during the…Read More
The eSussex programme, run by East Sussex County Council, is commencing a third round of intervention activity. It is expected that this will result in one or more contracts being let to the private…Read More
Thousands more East Sussex homes and businesses to get fibre broadband boost through multi-million pound extension project
At least 5,000 more homes and businesses in East Sussex will be able to access high-speed fibre broadband following the signing of a new £4million contract with BT.
Our first contract is achieving …Read More
Use this guide to check which telephone exchange area and telecoms cabinet you are connected to:Read More
See how the Openreach Fibre Broadband is built.
This 3 minute video shows what is involved in getting the county connected and why it can take up to a year for an area to be ready for fibre:
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Internet service providers often put broadband speed at the heart of their advertising campaigns, but what do the figures actually mean? Whether you are looking for the best broadband package for you…Read More
Fibre broadband is quickly spreading across the country and by now you’ve probably heard that it can benefit your business. But what actually are the advantages?
First of all what does…Read More
The County Council is making good progress in rolling out improved broadband with around 10,000 premises being reached by September 2014, and the contract is on target to reach circa 66,500 premises …Read More
Following recent news that the rollout is ahead of schedule despite adverse weather, we are pleased to confirm the next areas (phase 3) in line for fibre rollout:
Alfriston, Barcombe, East D…Read More
Work to bring superfast broadband to East Sussex is well ahead of schedule despite the recent torrential downpours and flooding.
The first areas due to become fibre enabled as part of the huge pro…Read More
Construction work is well underway on the first major part of the new network. The new fibre “spine” or backbone is now being installed and, as surveying draws to a close in the phase 1 a…Read More
Since the Contract (1) was awarded at the end of May 2013 we have been working on planning for rollout and we are pleased to announce that the first exchanges to be fibre-enabled are now known: