Connected Vouchers Scotland

Glasgow Business Broadband Connection Vouchers

Note: This scheme has now ended but Abica can still offer great superfast broadband. Contact us to find out more.

Glasgow’s business community is now reaping the rewards of the city’s place on the Government’s SuperConnected Cities Scheme with grants of up to £3,000 to connect to fibre broadband.  This quick increase in fibre connectivity comes off the back of 2013 research results from uSwitch which highlighted Glasgow as one of the worst places in the UK for variations in broadband speeds across the city.

The UK Government set aside £150m for 50 cities across the UK to bring their connectivity up to world standard and the scheme is proving hugely popular with the grants going fast.

If you are a Glasgow business turning over up to £40m a year with less than 250 employees, you are eligible to apply.

Faster connectivity doesn’t let you down. It’s changing the way businesses grow and compete in a digitally led market.

How can I apply?

We are now accepting Glasgow applications.

You can find out more about the benefits of fibre connectivity in our free e-guide or give us a call on 0141 404 1219 to see if your business could benefit.

We are Glasgow’s best performing independent business provider of connection vouchers. Every business is different. We make sure you get what you need…and keep on getting it.

Source: https://www.connectionvouchers.co.uk/supplier-league/?pc=glasgow

Free e-guide

Download our free connection vouchers e-guide for more facts.

Download our Connection Vouchers e-guide

Is my business eligible?

UK Connection Vouchers Benefits

Step 1

Call 0141 404 8008 or fill in the form above to see if your business is eligible. We’ll ask you a few questions about your current service.

Step 2

We’ll help you work out what you do and don’t need and sort out all the paperwork with you.

Step 3

We’ll ensure you’re all set up with minimum hassle, our award winning customer service and a commitment to ensure you are always getting your speeds.

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