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Broadband Delivery UK, part of the Government's Department for Culture, Media & Sport, have asked us to help with some research they have commissioned into testing propositions to inform a potential national take-up campaign for superfast broadband.

We will be holding a focus group session on Thursday 2nd October at 6:30pm at the Doubletree Hilton Hotel just outside Chester (formerly Hoole Hall). The session will last about 1.5 hrs

I need to recruit 8 participants who represent families ideally with children or grandchildren, who are heavy internet users, e.g. download films, music, shop online or who regularly work from home.
The participant must also be responsible for selecting their broadband supplier, although participants do not have to already upgraded to fibre broadband, we would like a mix of some who have and haven't upgraded.

Participants will receive £40 for taking part and refreshments will be provided.


I can be contacted as follows:

Phone: 01270 686584

Mobile: 07917 580229

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