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Connect with Black Country broadband in new consultation

Broadband operators are other interested parties are being encouraged to respond to a consultation about the Black Country Broadband Plan, which opens today.

The Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and the four Black Country local authorities (Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton) are working together to extend superfast broadband infrastructure to areas in the Black Country.

The Black Country LEP’s ambition is to enable 95 per cent at least superfast broadband coverage in the Black Country by 2017.

Further details, including a downloadable consultation document and contact details for responding, can be found on the Black Country Broadband Plan Consultation page >>

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