Dave Axam, chief operating officer at Lightspeed Broadband, leader of South Holland District Council Lord Gary Porter and Dave Carter, build director at Lightspeed Broadband.

Broadband firm still on target

A Spalding-based broadband company says it’s on track with its bid to start rolling out high speed internet connectivity by the Autumn.
Lightspeed Broadband, based at Fulney Hall, says it’s looking to connect 100,000 homes across South Lincolnshire and aims to reach a million homes by 2025.
Potential customers had contacted The Voice to say they’d registered an interest but not heard back from the compnay.
A spokesman for the company, responded: “The build work is progressing well across the town and they are still on track to connect first customers from early Autumn.
“Further details of the packages available for local residents and businesses will be released later this summer.
“For those who have registered their interest, they can expect to receive regular updates from LightSpeed soon.”

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