actnow Update!

If you thought you couldn't get broadband think again! <br /> <br /> On the 18th of August BT announced that it is removing the distance related limits for the most popular broadband services, bringing potentially more than a million additional homes and businesses based in the UK within reach of broadband. This is great news for self employed people and small businesses in Cornwall, many of which have so far been unable to benefit from the broadband revolution. <br /> <br /> Up until now, ADSL broadband has only been available within a limited catchment area of a broadband enabled exchange - up to around 5.5 km. However, on 6th September, this limitation will be removed - and you are likely to be able to get broadband regardless of how far away you are from the exchange. Although you will need to have a line test and there may still be a few who are unable to get broadband, these will be in the minority - and actnow will be striving to bring the benefits of broadband to these through alternative broadband technologies. <br /> <br /> What s more, the range for 1MB/sec premium services will be increased from 4km to approximately 6km making 1Mb/sec ADSL broadband available to 96% of homes and businesses connected to a broadband exchange. <br /> <br /> So, If you are self employed or run a business based in Cornwall, contact actnow today to discover how we can help you make the most of broadband - with a unique combination of free expert advice and substantial rebates, funded by Objective One. <br /> <br />

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