About the SuperConnected Cities programme
Broadband Connection Vouchers are being delivered by the 22 SuperConnected Cities, Each local scheme is designed to meet local needs while helping local businesses to grow and develop.
You only need to send us 1 quote as part of your application process, although you may want to talk to a number of suppliers to get the best deal for your business.
On 3 December, the Chancellor announced that the Government will make up to £40m available from April 2015 to March 2016 to support more cities administer The Broadband Connection Voucher Scheme.
Connection Vouchers will be made available on a first come, first served basis. More details will follow in early 2015.
The current Broadband Connection Vouchers Scheme closes on 31 March 2015.
Confused by the jargon? Read our Broadband Vouchers Guide
The Government has committed £150 million for the SuperConnected Cities programme, which is managed by Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK), a unit within the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. Find out more about how Government is transforming broadband across the UK.
Hear Digital Economy Minister Ed Vaizey explain the benefits of the vouchers scheme.