Connexin lands multimillion-pound government funding for broadband roll-out

Technology firm Connexin has secured £58.6m in government funding to install fast broadband in Nottinghamshire and West Lincolnshire.
The Hull-based provider says it will target 34,000 rural properties in places such as Sutton-in-Ashfield, Wragby, Kirkby in Ashfield and Market Rasen. And money from Building Digital UK, a Government agency focussed on the roll-out of gigabit-capable broadband and the expansion of 4G mobile coverage, will be used to install Connexin’s full fibre to the premise infrastructure which could give households access to speeds of up to 1Gbps.
The firm plans to have the first properties connected by early 2025 says it will create new opportunities …