Superfast Broadband FTTP

Broadband Fibre To The Premises (FTTP) Deployment in Kemnay

 If you have not been able to sign up for Superfast Broadband Fibre To The Cabinet (FTTC) because you are too far away from the nearest FTTC cabinet, you may be eligible for even FASTER :

Superfast Broadband

Fibre To The Premises (FTTP)

which is Government aided!

To find out if you can get superfast broadband speeds, visit

Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband (DSSB) website:

 Did you know, that thanks to the £463 million Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband (DSSB) programme, over 80,000 homes and businesses across Aberdeenshire can now access fibre broadband, including Kemnay? Recently the village of Kemnay has seen fibre deployment for the first time.

Fibre broadband has become an integral part of all of our lives – whether it’s downloading the latest box set with ease – or important business documents.

Across Scotland over 943,000 premises can now access fibre broadband thanks to the programme and over 5,000 new fibre street cabinets are now live and more than 13,000km of cable has been laid by engineers from Openreach, Scotland’s digital network business.  Fibre broadband offers fast and reliable broadband connections at speeds of up to 80Mbps and there are many suppliers in the marketplace to choose from.

Upgrades are not automatic, so in order to benefit from fast broadband you need to sign up with a service provider. You can check if the services are available at:


DSSB is delivered through two projects led by Highlands and Islands Enterprise in its area and the Scottish Government in the rest of Scotland.  Funding partners also include the UK Government through Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK), BT Group, local authorities and the EU via the European Regional Development Fund.

Research has suggested that every public pound invested in fibre broadband in Scotland is delivering almost £12 of benefits to the Scottish economy. The independent report commissioned by DSSB and undertaken by consultants Analysys Mason estimates the total benefit from investment as £2.76 billion over 15 years.