How to register to be a R100 SBVS Supplier

Before registering to become a R100 SBVS supplier, suppliers should study in detail the Supplier Guidance Document which is regularly updated with developments and advice.  Along with the legal Terms and Conditions.

Suppliers who are not yet ready to register for the R100 SBVS, but wish to make the Scottish Government aware of their intentions to, or wish to discuss any aspect of the Scheme, can express their interest using the expression of interest form.

Suppliers who have studied the Guidance and Terms and Conditions can register to become a R100 Scottish Broadband Voucher Scheme supplier using the full Supplier Registration Form.

The Scottish Government wishes to help registered suppliers develop projects for the R100 Scottish Broadband Voucher Scheme (R100 SBVS), and recognises that additional support for remote rural projects in the hardest to reach areas is especially welcome.

To be eligible for support from the R100 SBVS, packages and connections must meet the following defined criteria. They must:

  1. Deliver a connection speed greater than 30 Mbps;
  2. Deliver a “step change” in service which is at least doubling the speed of the end user’s currently available speed;
  3. Not have a prohibitive data cap (subject to industry standard fair use rules);
  4. Cost no more than £54 per month for an on-going broadband subscription.