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Super-fast broadband will be coming to parts of rural Norfolk as part of BT's ongoing network upgrade programme.

Around 11,000 homes and businesses in the villages of Drayton, St Faith, and South Wootton will benefit after the internet service provider announced the latest 159 locations to gain high-speed broadband access.

Peter McCarthy-Ward, BT Regional Director for the East of England, said the latest investment in super-fast broadband was "great news" for many homes and businesses in the east of England.

"Fibre broadband has the power to revolutionise the way we use the internet," he stated.

"People in the east of England will soon be able to experience the internet as they've never seen it before."

Mr McCarthy-Ward said BT was working on ways to bring the benefits of high-speed broadband to even more areas of the UK.

The firm's Openreach arm is currently investing £2.5 billion upgrading local telephone exchanges around the UK. 

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