It’s hard to imagine life without the Internet – yet in some parts of Lincolnshire, what many of us now take for granted remains out of reach.
That’s why local communities are being urged to support a project bidding to turn the county’s broadband ‘not-spots’ into ‘hot-spots’. The Lincolnshire Free Press and Spalding Guardian are asking residents to Say Yes to Better Broadband by backing the OnLincolnshire project.
People can lend their voice by registering their details at www.onlincolnshire.org. The more people that register, the easier it’ll be to encourage commercial suppliers to invest in improved services.
Those without access to the Internet can still add their voice by calling Lincolnshire County Council’s customer service department on 01522 782006 and giving their details. Alternatively, people can use a computer at their local library to sign up.