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TalkTalk has spent a six figure sum upgrading its broadband network in west Norfolk, it has been reported.

According to Lynn News, the broadband provider has invested £200,000 in improved connections, which will help subscribers access faster download and upload speeds.

Businesses and households in Middleton, Terrington St Clement, Hunstanton and Heacham are all set to benefit from upgrades carried out at their local telephone exchanges.

TalkTalk has now invested £600 million on its next-generation network, which will cover 93 per cent of the UK by the end of 2012.

The broadband provider has also made a commitment to support a number of community organisations in the region over the next 12 months.

Last month, Mark Schmid, Communications Director at TalkTalk, claimed that digital innovation can drive growth.

He noted that 2.4 billion people worldwide already use the internet and more than a billion have access to mobile internet services.

"But governments need to invest more to encourage take up and drive growth," Mr Schmid added.

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