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Better Broadband for Norfolk

Better Broadband for Norfolk (BBfN) is a multi-million pound partnership, transforming broadband speeds across the county by installing high-speed fibre optic networks.

It's funded through Norfolk County Council, BT and the Department of Culture, Media and Sport via BDUK (Broadband Delivery UK). There's also additional support from the New Anglia LEP and five of Norfolk’s district councils.

Openreach have announced that Norwich is among 29 new locations to benefit from their nationwide investment programme. Read our press release for more information.

Openreach have also extended their free fibre build offer to new home developments of 20 plots or more. Read more about the free fibre offer at the ISPreview website.

 

View the BBfN coverage map

The map shows where we've already upgraded postcodes to enable fast broadband, and where it's planned for future delivery

Frequently asked questions

Discover more about the BBfN programme and how to access better broadband

Get further information about BBfN

Access documents relating to BBfN, including public consultations and contracts

Have you got a question for us?

Get in touch if you want to know more about Better Broadband for Norfolk

Can I get fast broadband?

If you can’t find what you're looking for on the coverage map, there are still ways to check

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