What the Chancellors Budget means for communications in Wales

1. Up to £12 million of investment in Cardiff to deliver ultra-fast broadband to up to 142,000 residents and 10,000 businesses, and high-speed wireless connectivity to up to 196,000 residents in key areas.

2. Investment in mobile infrastructure to deliver improved coverage, including on the A470(T) between Llandudno and Cardiff

3. An additional £50 million will be made available to fund a second wave of super-connected cities with cities across the UK eligible to apply for funding.

For thoughts on the Chancellors Budget from a Welsh perspective as published by the bbc; click here