£11 million has been announced by the UK Government to turn Cardiff into a 'super connected' city.
It'll mean business having access to ultrafast broadband from 2015, with speeds of "at least" 80-100Mbps.
Culture Secretary Maria Miller praised Cardiff's funding bid, describing the plans as "ambitious and comprehensive".
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