Claim up to £3000 free Grant to improve connectivity

In 2011, Government set aside £100 million for an Urban Broadband Fund (UBF) to create up to ten SuperConnected Cities across the UK. This was followed in 2012 by more funding of up to £50 million for a second wave of cities to benefit from this programme.

Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK) is the part of Department for Culture, Media and Sport responsible for the UBF and the SuperConnected Cities programme (SCCP). It aims to support economic growth and jobs across the UK by giving people the ability to access high-grade broadband and wireless connectivity, and to stimulate the market to go further and at a faster pace than it would otherwise have done.

This investment in the UK’s future will help secure a stronger economy and make us more competitive in the global market.Everything Voice is pleased to have been awarded supplier status on this scheme which allows new customers, moving away from ISDN to Ethernet based telephone lines, to claim for a grant up to £3,000. This now makes the whole decision around ISDN versus Ethernet/SIP commercial as well as operational.

The operational benefits to take advantage of this funding include; improved disaster recovery; greater flexibility; highly cost effective; and in most cases significantly less costly than ISDN.

For more information on how Everything Voice can obtain free funding for your business to enhance your connectivity and the overall technical performance of your IT and communications systems, please contact Everything Voice on the details below: 

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