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Fibre-optic broadband services are set to be introduced across Low Moor as part of recent upgrade work by BT.

The internet service provider has confirmed it is close to finishing engineering work that will allow homes and businesses in the area to access super-fast broadband services.

Such work is part of BT's current plans to ensure two-thirds of UK premises have access to fibre-based services by 2015, and the company has confirmed that the Shipley exchange will also be upgraded in the coming months.

BT's Regional Director for Yorkshire and the Humber John Anderson said the announcement is "an exciting development" for the local area.

He added: "The advent of BT fibre-based broadband in Low Moor will support local jobs and the local economy and is a vital part of BT's broadband plans for Yorkshire and the Humber."

BT recently confirmed it is offering unlimited Wi-Fi minutes to subscribers who take up its Total Broadband packages.

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