In addition to the major carriers such as BT and Be, there are a number of rural broadband projects providing high speed connectivity in small communities around the country. The technology used can vary for place to place but is commonly either fibre to the cabinet (like BT FTTC) or using a wireless link.
Some of these are enabled as part of a project by the local or county council. Many of these local networks are connected via a common back-haul network which allows us to provide a service. The specific details of the service will depend on where you are.
Unfortunately we have not links in to regional broadband networks at present. This was something we did look in to, but was not viable.