Rural communities in Shropshire who claim to have been left behind by the digital revolution could soon have superfast internet connections.
The County Council has teamed up with BT to boost online speeds for more than 90% of properties in Shropshire.
Some businesses and homes are already connected, but residents in more isolated villages fear they could miss out.
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