Wireless brings faster broadband to two villages in North Yorkshire
Connecting North Yorkshire has made available via an initiative a fixed wireless service in the villages of Great Ouseburn and Little Ouseburn in North Yorkshire.
The service ran by LN Broadband offers symmetrical speeds, with a 5 Mbps and 10 GB usage allowance costing £12.99 a month, and the fastest residential package being 20 Mbps with unlimited (Fair Use Policy applies) usage at £23.99. A price of £1 per GB is charged on the packages with an allowance once it is exceeded.
As the quote on ISPreview reveals, this is not a BDUK project, but was funded by money from a Performance Reward Grant. A key point to the project is that only areas that showed enough interest would get the service, and the two villages collected double the required number of fifty registrations.