BeFibre to Revolutionize Broadband Connectivity in Killamarsh

In a stride towards revolutionizing broadband connectivity in Killamarsh, BeFibre, a cutting-edge broadband provider, is set to initiate a major infrastructure upgrade, commencing in May. This initiative aims to introduce future-proofed fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) connectivity to approximately 19,000 residential premises in the region. The move is a response to the prevalent issue where consumers might not be receiving the bandwidth they are paying for.

The ambitious full fibre network project will be meticulously planned, constructed, and operated by Digital Infrastructure, BeFibre’s sister company. This initiative is part of a nationwide rollout, financially bolstered by £100 million in private funding. Notably, existing ducts will be utilized, eliminating the need for disruptive digging in the area’s roads. This approach is envisioned to reduce roll-out costs, enhance efficiency, and minimize the environmental impact associated with network deployment.

BeFibre has already deployed a team of broadband engineers to kickstart the process of preparing homes for service in Killamarsh. The roll-out is strategically phased, with the community expected to be BeFibre broadband-ready by early summer.

BeFibre is positioning itself as an ISP that upholds its commitments and delivers broadband services as promised. Their services will provide download and upload speeds up to 13 times faster than the prevalent fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) coverage across the UK.

Louise Elliott, Chief Customer and Operations Officer at BeFibre and Digital Infrastructure, emphasized the essence of this groundbreaking project. It aims to debunk misconceptions and demonstrate to communities how next-generation broadband can truly transform their lives. Elliott drew attention to the common misunderstanding where consumers believe they have full fibre when, in reality, they don’t.

Jonny Rae

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