Earlier, Fred Dinenage interviewed Roger Gough from Kent County Council about what plans to roll out superfast broadband across the county will mean for people living in Kent.
Superfast broadband is coming to large parts of rural Kent, it was confirmed today. Up to 91 per cent of homes will see speeds of up to 24 megabits per second - fast enough to download a film in a matter of minutes.
Hundreds of miles of fibre optic cables will be installed and the project could deliver £1.5 billion to the county's economy every year. Iain McBride reports on the campaign to make Kent quicker.