What is the difference between NGA and superfast broadband?

Next Generation Access refers to the actual infrastructure – i.e. the fibre network, whilst superfast is a term that refers to the speed that is achieved.

The current UK definition of superfast is 24Mbps or above (30Mbps for contracts signed from 2017 onwards), and in order to deliver that we need an NGA-compliant network in place.

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