Drop in broadband sessions to be hosted in Wymondham
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Townsfolk will be able to get to grips with superfast broadband at drop in sessions in Wymondham.
South Norfolk Council is hosting two sessions on how to make the most of the internet and broadband.
On Tuesday, December 12 from 1pm-4pm and Thursday, December 14, from 4pm-7pm, the council's advisors will be on-hand to help residents at Wymondham Library.
South Norfolk Council's deputy leader Michael Edney said: 'Although many of us have access to superfast broadband, only around half of us actually use it. These sessions will show people how they can improve their download speeds and provide advice on other aspects of the internet.'
South Norfolk Council has invested £570,000 in the Better Broadband for Norfolk programme which has seen access to Superfast Broadband increase from 15pc in 2013 to more than 83pc.
There is no need to bring a computer and refreshments and mince pies will be available.
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