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Digital Connectivity Survey - National Federation of Women's Institute

Digital Connectivity Survey

NFWI-Wales has teamed up with the Wales YFC, NFU Cymru, the FUW and CLA Cymru to launch a survey to gather a picture of broadband and mobile connectivity across Wales.
Since Covid-19 the importance of good digital connectivity has become more and more evident. We have relied on the internet to keep connected with family, friends and our communities as well as for many other purposes such as work, business, education, leisure and day to day activities.

However we recognise that not everyone has access to decent broadband, in particular rural communities. According to a report published by Ofcom in December 2020, 18,000 homes in Wales are unable to access ‘decent’ broadband, which is defined as providing download speeds of 10 Mbps and upload speeds of 1 Mbps.

Take part in our on-line survey to let us know about your experiences and share the survey with others:-

The survey is completely anonymous and is open to anyone aged 16 or over.
If you require a paper copy, please contact the NFWI-Wales Office on or o29 2022 1712.


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