AS one of the UK’s leading digital cities Newcastle is once again at the forefront of digital innovation thanks to one of its partners in the successful Go Digital project.
PEOPLE living, working, shopping and visiting Newcastle can now connect to free Wi-Fi in public buildings across the city thanks to GoDigital_WiFi.
Councillor Ged Bell of Newcastle City Council
Digital Economy Minister Ed Vaizey urges businesses to apply for £3,000 broadband grants before it’s too late
NEARLY 9,000 homes and businesses in Newcastle have been reached by the Government’s nationwide rollout of superfast broadband, figures published today (Wednesday 12 August) reveal.
An offer that helped Newcastle businesses become some of the best-connected in the country has rolled out across the whole of the North East region.
Small businesses in Newcastle, Gateshead, South and North Tyneside now have extra time to apply for £3,000 grants for better broadband
NEWCASTLE and Gateshead are on track to become two of the hottest communication spots in the UK after striking a new deal to install free Wi-Fi in public areas.
A national survey has shown that 90% of small and medium businesses say broadband connectivity will be fundamental to their success in 2015 - and a Newcastle business has revealed how going digital