Suffolk County Council is committed to getting superfast broadband to all premises in Suffolk, however for some homes and businesses this may take a few more years.
Government is currently consulting on a new broadband Universal Service Obligation (USO), giving every household and business the right to request a broadband connection at a minimum speed of at least 10Mbps, up to a reasonable cost threshold - no matter where they live or work.
If you cannot yet get better broadband, and your area is not planned for an extension over the next twelve months, you may want to consider interim broadband solutions or community self-help options. Some funding is available for either of these options.
The interim solutions available are satellite broadband and, where available, wireless broadband.
With a community self-help option, such as a community self-dig, you may be able to bring the broadband upgrade to your community forward. Through Openreach’s Community Fibre Partnerships, areas that are not included in any fibre roll-out plans can get advice and support to bring fibre broadband to their area.