Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme

In March 2018 the government introduced their £67m Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme, which is part of their wider Local Full Fibre Networks programme, with the aim of increasing full fibre internet coverage across the UK. Demand for faster digital connectivity is set to accelerate in upcoming years and getting ready for gigabit internet speeds is an essential step for most businesses. Gigabit vouchers can be used by small and medium sized businesses towards the installation cost of a gigabit capable connection. Businesses can claim up to £2,500 towards the cost of installation.

Connectus is a pre approved government supplier, who can offer you support and guidance when applying for a BDUK grant so you can get connected to superfast broadband quickly and easily. There has already been a huge take up of the £67 million funding already, so make sure you take advantage of the £2,500 grant today to help improve your businesses broadband connectivity.

BDUK grants process desktop
BDUK grants process mobile

Am I Eligible?

Gigabit vouchers can be claimed by small and medium sized businesses to help towards the installation costs of a faster more reliable internet connection. To be eligible you must employ fewer than 250 people and have an annual turnover not exceeding £50 million and/or an annual balance sheet total not exceeding £43 million. You must also not have received more than the permitted amount of de minimis in the last 3 years. The broadband connection speeds that you are looking to achieve with the new internet connection must also be double your current broadband speeds. For further details on all of the connectivity requirements contact Connectus toady.

Connectus Voucher Success Stories…

Connectus provided us with the expert support we needed and guided us through the whole innovation and connection voucher process. Their knowledge and understanding of the scheme is 2nd to none.

Tracey Gregory, Talk To Media

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