Stay one step ahead of Santa’s sleigh this Christmas with superfast broadband

Growth Deal_2935C_40MM_AWWith all the benefits a fast, reliable connection can bring, superfast broadband is the perfect gift for your business this Christmas.

On Christmas Eve, Santa’s sleigh will be travelling at 650 miles per second, (superfast fibre broadband offers download speeds up to 80Mbps and upload speeds up to 20Mbps) so with a superfast connection your business will certainly stay one step ahead of Santa’s sleigh this Christmas.

If your business is struggling with slow internet speeds visit the Superfast Worcestershire website to find out if superfast broadband is available to you. It’s important to remember to contact an Internet Service Provider to upgrade as speeds won’t automatically improve.

If you’re snowed-in over the Christmas holiday the high-speed connectivity offered by superfast means working from home or anywhere remote from the office is always possible. Those faster upload and download speeds make accessing work documents hassle-free. So if you do have to check a few office files over the Christmas break – at least you don’t have to travel into the office to do it.

Superfast Worcestershire, the programme rolling-out the new technology, has benefitted over 90% of business parks, trading estates and industrial estates in Worcestershire including Hartlebury Trading Estate, Park Farm North and South Industrial Estates, Top Barn Business Centre and Vale Park. Over a third of the county’s businesses and households have already signed up to the faster service.

Many Worcestershire businesses who can access superfast broadband are using the service to maximise opportunities for growth, expand their customer base and improve their bottom line, including Ellen Halpin-Barnett, owner of Luxury Hampers and Gifts – view Ellen’s story here.



Pictured (L to R): Ian Binks (BT Group), Nigel Huddleston MP, Cllr Ken Pollock and Cllr Liz Eyre join Father Christmas to celebrate the unveiling of the 400th Superfast Broadband cabinet in Worcestershire.