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Watch to learn everything you need to know about the Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme.

Following on from the successful Superfast Britain scheme, the UK government has launched a new initiative allowing eligible businesses to apply for government grants, issued in the form of vouchers, of up to £2,500 to cover the costs of upgrading to a gigabit-capable internet connection.

A gigabit-capable connection, which can offer speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps, will enable small businesses to seamlessly embrace bandwidth-hungry technologies such as cloud-based apps and hosted voice over internet protocol (VoIP) telephony.

In this video, we explain more about the Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme, including the eligibility criteria, and how businesses can get their hands on a voucher.

 

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