Ultra-fast broadband comes to Bradley

Bradley villagers are being catapulted into the superfast broadband era with the introduction of new wireless technology.

The village is helping to trial ultra quick wireless broadband being introduced by Boundless Networks, based in Leeds and Chorley, which aims to bring superfast technology to rural parts of North Yorkshire. The work by Boundless is allowing the village to access the internet at speeds in excess of 160 Megabits per second (Mbps) - twice as fast as BT’s Infinity product and six times faster than the Government’s superfast target speed of 30Mbps.

Full article at the Craven Herald

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