Virgin Media has announced details of the first 30 locations that will have their broadband speeds doubled.
the locations to get upgraded during March and April include Dover, Newcastle, Belfast, Grimsby and Ipswich, while Cambridge, Oldham and Dundee will also see their speeds improved. The full list can be viewed below.
The firm's executive director of broadband, Jon James, said that the speed at which the firm was working to fulfil its promise from February was testament to its commitment to improving customers' speeds.
"Virgin Media has driven broadband development in the UK and we're delighted to be boosting our customers' broadband speeds once again," he said.
"Following our Double Speeds programme, all of our customers will be 'superfast' as standard and ready to access a new breed of high bandwidth entertainment services."
The full rollout is expected to be completed by the summer of 2013, with the speed increases that customers can expect to receive as follows:
• 10Mbit/s customers will be upgraded to 20Mbit/s
• 20Mbit/s and 30Mbits/s customers will be upgraded to 60Mbit/s
• 50Mbit/s customers will be upgraded to 100Mbit/s
• 100Mbit/s customers will be upgraded to 120Mbit/s
The first 30 locations set to receive the upgrade:
Newcastle, Tilbury, Southend, Ely, Melton, Andover, Poplar, Dover, Ashford, Rawtenstall, Belfast, Solihull, Maidstone, Castlecary, Grimsby, Ipswich, St Mellons, Flitwick, Preston, Dundee, Glenrothes, Wakefield, Doncaster, Barnsley, Cambridge, Cosham, Hemel Hempstead, Mansfield, Oldham and Bedford.
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