Carmarthenshire broadband firm ResQNet grants suspended
Grants to help people sign up for broadband with a Carmarthenshire firm have been suspended.
It follows complaints from ResQNet customers that they had been left with a patchy and inconsistent service.
The Cross Hands company has received almost £900,000 in public cash from a government scheme to provide high-speed internet access in so-called "not-spots".
ResQNet vowed to upgrade its network by the end of October. Grants for other broadband providers are not affected.
Aled Scourfield reports.
24 Oct 2013
- From the section Wales