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A debate on the future of broadband in light of the Digital Britain report is to be held at the University of Surrey.

Digital Communications Knowledge Transfer Network (DCKTN) is hosting the event at the Oak Suite on Monday (March 1st) and is encouraging local people to have their say on how broadband will impact on life in the south-east of England.

The event will also allow residents in area to discover what plans are currently in place to provide broadband services to them and is one of several being held across the UK to discuss the issue.

"Our presenters will set out their view of the future for broadband technology and services," DCKTN outlined in a statement.

"Participants will then be invited to join the debate to help to formulate a view of the future landscape of services by joining one of three facilitated workshop groups."

Earlier this week, it was announced that high-speed broadband services are set to be launched in Hereford's Rotherwas business estate thanks to a major project involving the local council.

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