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The government's BDUK programme aims to make superfast broadband available to 95% of the country by December 2017. The Council has signed a contract with British Telecommunications PLC to make superfast broadband available to over 4,500 properties by December 2017.
Following a State Aid Public Consultation exercise in August 2016, provisional approval has been given to BT by the Council and UK government to reinvest early gain-share funding and Phase 1 underspend back into Phase 2, extending coverage by over 2,000 superfast premises and increasing its total delivery target to over 6,500 homes and businesses by the end of 2018. The planning and survey work for this extended programme is ongoing and as such is subject to change, but provisional plans can be viewed below, and on our updated Interactive map.
Further details of the Government's national programme can be found here:
Gov.uk website (external website)
The coverage map below represents coverage for Phase 1 (which ended in 2015) and for Phase 2, which has been extended to the end of 2018:
You can use Broadband East Riding's Interactive map to see the most up to date rollout information for your area.
You can also find out what broadband packages are available to you by searching for your address using Ofcom's approved price comparison websites (external website).