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Government voucher scheme for fibre

Townman
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Government voucher scheme for fibre

Whilst looking around the portal today, I noted the renewed focus on the voucher scheme.  Previously I had sought to utilise this in respect of an order for my client (subject of the problem install) but was told that there was a minimum speed constraint, which due to the semi-rural location excluded my client from the scheme.
The current description of the scheme makes no reference to a minimum fibre speed - has the constraint been removed or has it been omitted is the promotional spin?
Kevin

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Kev
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Registered: ‎17-06-2007

Re: Government voucher scheme for fibre

Hi Kevin,
To qualify for the vouchers you do need a Fibre speed of at least 30Mb, this is explained on this page:
https://www.plus.net/business/sales-enquiries/bduk/
The offers on our site like £10 for 12 months are not limited to a minimum speed. It is only the voucher scheme that has the minimum speed of 30Mb.
I hope this has answered your question Kevin.
Townman
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Re: Government voucher scheme for fibre

Thanks Kev,
Embarrassed clearly I did not read far enough or find the conditions at the end...  Embarrassed

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