The Scottish Government has been blasted for "boasting" about its superfast broadband roll-out after figures showed almost 9,000 Angus properties still did not have access to it.
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The £410 million government project to connect every corner of Scotland to superfast broadband by the end of next year is in danger of missing its target, it has been claimed.
Many people in Fife are being forced to endure broadband speeds slower than in some “Third World” countries, it has been claimed.
Janet Torley is a member of the Federation of Small Businesses’ (FSB) Scottish Policy Unit – and runs Practical Marketing, a communications business, from Dunfermline . Here she tells Michael Alexander about the importance of broadband connectivity and investment.
BT has defended its siting of broadband cabinets in the Dundee west end conservation area after a councillor branded the installations a "blot on the local landscape."
More small and remote communities are to get digital broadband, BT has announced.
More than 11,000 homes and businesses across Perth and Kinross will finally join the nation’s broadband revolution by early 2015.
A Fife group is to ask providers to tender for providing superfast broadband to areas of north east Fife not covered by the BT digital roll-out.
Perthshire business leaders this week accused communications giant Virgin Media of abandoning communities by failing to provide high-speed broadband to rural Perthshire.