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Quickline wins tender to provide more wireless broadband in Lincolnshire
Wednesday 08 May 2013 15:51:47 by Andrew Ferguson

While some areas of the UK have yet to really announce what their BDUK project intends to do for the most rural areas, it appears that Lincolnshire is getting on with the job and following on from the picking of AB Internet for two projects, the West Lindsey District Council has now appointed Quickline to install wireless broadband at over thirty village halls to provide a fixed wireless broadband service to properties in the area.

The Quickline service offers download speeds in teh range 8 Mbps to 24 Mbps, and up to 10 Mbps upload speeds for £27.50 per month. The £195 install fee may be a stumbling block for some, but if you are in an area with slow fixed line broadband speeds or no broadband this may not seem so much of a hurdle.

For once we are a bit slow on this news, as the original announcement was back in March, but this does mean there is a good chance the roll-out has started to connect village halls to the existing network that Quickline have in the Humber region.

Comments

Posted by farrina over 4 years ago
Typo alert ! "in teh range"
(sorry I know I should have something better to do with my time) :-)
Posted by chefbyte over 2 years ago
Indeed they are rolling out big style now, look at the coverage at http://www.quickline.co.uk/coverage
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