Tuesday, 21 April 2015

GETTING CONNECTED...

Getting connected...
Plaid Cymru has pledged to improve broadband connectivity across Wales and give rural businesses the access to the infrastructure that they need to compete. Ofcom ranks five out of the twenty administrative authorities in Wales in the lowest category for broadband speed. This lack of access to high speed Internet is holding rural businesses back and acts as a real deterrent to potential investors. If we are serious about helping rural businesses compete then it is vital that we give them access to fast speed internet and mobile signal. This is why Plaid Cymru has plans to deliver superfast broadband to 100% of Wales. Plaid wants to see an improved broadband connection, getting everybody online so that rural businesses can compete. Our target to ensure that all parts of Wales have access to speeds of at least 30Mbps and ensure that mobile phone operators provide a better service in all parts of Wales. This is why Plaid Cymru will be the champion of rural Wales, and delivering strong rural infrastructure is a fundamental part of that.

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