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Connecting D&S Digital Survey

Connecting Devon and Somerset in an effort to improve broadband services would like you to undertake a digital survey.

Where communities have benefited from new superfast broadband, what impact has this had?
In communities yet to feel the effects of superfast, what are they able to do with the service they do receive and what would they like to do?
The survey is open to all residents and businesses within Devon and Somerset and in addition to capturing the impact from the new infrastructure, it will help us identify the broadband needs across our counties and the data will influence our future Digital Strategy.

The Broadband User Survey asks questions about currently available speeds, what homes or businesses can and cannot do with their existing broadband and the levels of satisfaction with their provider.
The survey typically takes about five minutes to complete online and can be found at www.connectingdevonandsomerset.co.uk/broadband-user-survey

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