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The current indication is that around 85% of premises in Argyll and Bute will get coverage as result of the commercial, Highlands and Islands and Rest of Scotland programmes, the programmes are aiming to reach as many premises as possible.The projects are being undertaken on a phased basis which will mean that some areas of Argyll and Bute will benefit from next generation broadband before others.The project is being delivered by the Scottish Government and BT.
However, if you have lost coverage you should contact your service provider to report the fault and find out whether you are entitled to apply for a refund of your line rental.Work has started on building the backbone, backhaul network which will bring fibre optic broadband to Argyll.A major part of this work is laying subsea cables between our peninsulas and islands, this commenced in June 2014 and was completed in November 2014.Detailed survey work and planning will start to be undertaken around 6 months before an area goes live.
Unfortunately it will not be possible to confirm which premises will receive next generation broadband until the go live date, you can check whether your area is live via Digital Scotland's Interactive Map.
It can be particularly difficult to provide next generation broadband for premises which are dispersed in nature or a long way from the nearest fibre enabled exchange.