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Residents in the Northern Ireland county of Fermanagh are being encouraged to register their interest in a new satellite broadband service.

BT currently provides satellite connectivity for over 800 addresses, but it is pulling the plug on the service from March 31st after a contract with the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment.

Now the District Council is eager to gauge interest of a new service once the current deal ends.

A spokeswoman for the council explained that those who leave it too late to make their need for the broadband provision known could end up paying more.

She commented: "Quite a number of consumers have not yet registered.

"Customers who do not register now and, following a break in service, decide at a later date that they would like to take up the services offered by the new supplier, will be liable for set up and installation fees."

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