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Lochaber businesses to benefit from digital boost

BUSINESSES in the Highlands are set to benefit from a digital connectivity boost.

Fort William is one of four Highland areas to benefit from the £4.7million funding secured by Highland Council and Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) as part of a major partnership bid to the UK Government for the Local Full Fibre Network (LFFN) programme.

Local businesses will have the opportunity to benefit directly from the LFFN fund as a proportion of which will include the provision of around 150 vouchers to the value of £3,000 which will be aimed at encouraging businesses to adopt higher speed connectivity.

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