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Wi-Fi provider Allpay Broadband has pledged to solve many of rural Herefordshire's internet problems over the coming 12 months.

The wireless broadband provider, which specialises in placing Wi-Fi kit on top of churches, aims to continue its expansion across the county, reports

Lisa Howell, Allpay's Broadband Manager, said the firm was well-placed to tackle digital exclusion in the county head on.

"Everyone should be able to use a fast and reliable broadband service, improving people’s lives and supporting local businesses," he stated.

"Allpay Broadband is geared up for an exciting year and is committed to making a difference in 2012."

The broadband provider recently announced that all new customers signing up before February 10th qualify to receive a free router.

Consumers can take advantage of download speeds between 2Mb and 35Mb, depending upon the tariff they select.

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