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Work has almost been completed to bring fibre-optic broadband services to homes and businesses in Nuneaton.

Broadband provider BT has revealed that an estimated 23,000 web users in the town will soon have access to the technology as part of its current series of network upgrades across the UK.

The introduction of the super-fast services in the area will contribute to the firm's commitment to having fibre services up and running in around two-thirds of UK premises by 2015.

John Dovey, West Midlands Regional Director of BT, said the company was the only one consistently investing in broadband technologies in the area.

He added: "Households and businesses switching to super-fast broadband will soon be experiencing the internet as they have never experienced it before."

BT recently confirmed that homes and businesses in Birmingham, Caerphilly, Barry, Edinburgh, Bristol and Durham will also soon have access to its fibre optic broadband services.

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