SUPERFAST BROADBAND

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The Scottish Government’s Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband programme is well underway.

 

Many areas of Fife have already been enabled for fibre optic broadband. By the end of the programme in March 2018, 98.4% of premises in Fife will be connected.

 

Check to find out if superfast broadband is right up your street. Enter your landline number or postcode into the Interactive Map.

If your area has not been fibre-enabled yet you can sign up to be notified when faster broadband becomes available to you.

 

As of December 2016, fibre broadband is available in the following areas:

Aberdour Colinsburgh Glenrothes Kirkcaldy Newport-On-Tay
Anstruther Cowdenbeath Guardbridge Ladybank Oakley
Auchtermuchty Culross High Valleyfield Leslie Scotlandwell
Ballingry Cupar Inverkeithing Leuchars Springfield
Balmullo Dairsie Kelty Leven St Andrews
Boarhills Dalgety Bay Kettlebridge Limekilns Star
Buckhaven Dunfermline Kincardine Lochgelly Strathkinness
Cairneyhill Dysart Kinghorn Lochore Strathmiglo
Cardenden Falkland Kinglassie Lundin Links Tayport
Ceres Freuchie Kingseat Newburgh Torryburn
Charlestown Gauldry Kingskettle Newmills Wormit

To keep up to date with the latest information on the programme check out Superfast Fife on Facebook and Twitter.

The latest Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband newsletter is now available.

For more information on the benefits of superfast broadband to your business visit Digital Scotland.

 

National Satellite Broadband Scheme

The UK Government has set a target for all homes and businesses to have access to a standard broadband service of at least 2Mbps. As part of this commitment, Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK) has developed a programme offering subsidised satellite broadband installation to eligible properties in Scotland.

The national scheme will contribute towards the equipment and installation costs of a satellite broadband connection. You will be able to choose from a range of services including options and provide speeds significantly greater than 2Mbps. You can find more information and apply online on the Digital Scotland website.