Superfast broadband is coming to Slough
Superfast Berkshire aims to improve broadband speed and coverage across Berkshire in the areas that are not commercially viable to the private sector.
Funded by all six Berkshire unitary authorities (councils), BT and the Thames Valley Berkshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) the project aims to improve the lives of people in Berkshire, giving a much needed boost to the county's economy.
Running until 2017, Superfast broadband will bring fibre optic broadband to 91% of homes and businesses across Berkshire by the end of September 2015 - with the remainder enjoying faster broadband speeds thanks to alternative technologies, such as satellites.
To find out how broadband is currently performing in your area, visit the broadband speed checker website.
To find out which cabinet you are connected to and its current broadband status, visit the BT website.
To see the current level of support for the Superfast Berkshire campaign in your area, visit the Superfast Berkshire website.
Help us demonstrate the high level of demand for better broadband in Slough by registering your interest in receiving an improved level of broadband service.
Superfast Berkshire are looking to recruit a number of digital champions across Berkshire to help stimulate demand for broadband in the community and/or parish and help get people, businesses and organisations to register their interest in improved broadband.