Poor broadband speeds have been a longstanding problem for many residents in the BlackMount area. To address this issue the BlackMount Community Council (BMCC) are currently investigating the feasibility of a wireless broadband network in the BlackMount area.

This has been shown to be technically feasible and we now need your help to see if it can be commercially viable. Your help in completing this survey will provide important information about current broadband speeds. It will also help with the detailed planning of a network ensuring that we address areas of particular need.

Thank you for your assistance.

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* 1. Where do you live?
Please provide your postcode, and a description of your house location. This helps us to identify the service provision across the area more precisely.

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* 2. What is your current broadband speed?
If you are unsure, you can find out your current broadband speed by using a simple online test such www.thinkbroadband.com/speedtest

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* 3. BMCC is actively investigating a community wireless broadband service across the area delivering speeds of 30mbps download and 20mbps upload. Would such a wireless broadband service be of interest to you?

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* 4. The proposed cost for the new wireless broadband service would be £30 per month plus a once off connection fee of £50.
Would you sign up for a wireless service at these prices?

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* 5. If we get sufficient interest and the proposed wireless broadband network goes ahead, would you like to be contacted with details?
If so, please provide your name, email address and/or a contact telephone number

Some further information that will help us to understand your overall community network requirements.

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* 6. How big is your household?

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* 7. What kinds of activities do you currently use/require better broadband for?

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* 8. Do you currently work from home?

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* 9. Who is your current ISP (Internet Service Provider)?

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