Internet service provider (ISP) BT is heading to south London to showcase the benefits of fibre-optic broadband to local people.
The BT Infinity double-decker bus is visiting both Thamesmead and Woolwich from July 18th, when it will promote the advantages of super-fast broadband connections to the public.
As well as demonstrating how multiple devices can be used simultaneously through the connections, representatives from BT will also showcase the benefits of streaming high-quality video content from both iPlayer and YouTube.
Duncan Ingram, BT's London Regional Director, said Thamesmead and Woolwich were among the first places in the UK to benefit from fibre-based broadband services.
He added: "As online services advance and evolve, BT's fibre-based broadband will really make the difference in homes where competition is hotting up for internet access. BT Infinity will have a real, positive impact on that experience."
BT recently revealed that it is close to completing fibre-optic broadband network upgrades in Pontefract.