The race to get broadband into more homes is kicking off in Norfolk with the announcement that most will have it by 2015.
Norfolk County Council and BT are adding their weight to a £530 million government initiative. The plan is to make sure that 4 out of 5 homes in the county have superfast broadband within three years.
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