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KC has announced plans to extend its fibre broadband rollout, following the completion of the initial stage of the project.

Some 15,000 households and businesses in Hull and the surrounding area now have access to super-fast broadband, and the service provider is aiming to double this number.

The firm has set itself a deadline of March 2015 to ensure 30,000 premises have access to 350Mb fibre-to-the-home broadband.

Bill Halbert, Executive Chairman of the KCOM Group, said he was "pleased" to announce "further progress" towards the firm's longer term goals.

"In KC, we continue to see strong demand for our bundled services," he stated.

"Our initial deployment of super-fast fibre based broadband services has been completed very successfully."

Mr Halbert said that, in light of the encouraging results, the firm is now looking to treble the number of homes reached by its fibre network.

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