Getting a Better Broadband Service

Bringing Superfast Broadband to North Yorkshire


The Better Broadband Scheme has been extended for a further year until 31st December 2019, ensuring that a subsidised basic broadband installation remains available to eligible applicants.

In support of this extension, Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK), the broadband delivery arm of the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sports,  is taking the opportunity to improve the scheme’s processes and functionality in order to deliver a more efficient and effective service.

The previous application process closed at midday on 31st December 2018 and, following a brief pause to implement the necessary changes, BDUK aim to re-launch the Better Broadband Scheme in January 2019.

Any applications submitted before 31st December 2018 will be processed by Superfast North Yorkshire before the 11th January 2019. 

When we have more information on the new application process we will provide details on this page.

The full list of suppliers approved by BDUK can be found here.  Suppliers who have been part of the scheme, and may operate in the North Yorkshire region, are listed below:

Fixed Wireless

Beeline Broadband – coverage in Ryedale, North Yorkshire

Boundless Communications – coverage in Lancashire and North Yorkshire

Bush Broadband – coverage in North Yorkshire

Clannet – coverage in central North Yorkshire

Fibre Options – UK wide coverage

Quickline – coverage in Lincolnshire, North and South Yorkshire

Save9 Networks – coverage around Scarborough and the East Coast

WifiBill – coverage in East Riding and the east of North Yorkshire


B4RN – coverage in North Lancashire, South Cumbria and the west of North Yorkshire

BT Community Partnership – UK wide coverage


Avonline – UK wide coverage

Broadband Wherever – UK wide coverage

Corsat – covers England

Digiweb – UK wide coverage

Europasat – UK wide coverage

Freedomsat – UK wide coverage

ibub – UK wide coverage

Lincolnshire Satellite Broadband – UK wide coverage

NotSpot Broadband – covers England, Scotland and Northern Ireland

Prime Satellite Broadband – UK wide coverage

Primetech – UK wide coverage

Rural Broadband – UK wide coverage

SAS UK – UK wide coverage

Satellite Internet – UK wide coverage

SOC Communications – UK wide coverage