Fibre Heroes Expands Full Fibre Access Across 50 Towns, Paving the Way for Better Connectivity Choices

In a groundbreaking move, Fibre Heroes has introduced a new era of connectivity to 50 towns in England, offering residents and businesses access to lightning-fast full fibre broadband, or FTTP, through a selection of twelve different providers. This marks a significant milestone in bringing enhanced consumer choice and gigabit-capable internet to these communities.

As of November 7, over 100,000 residents and businesses across the 50 towns can benefit from this expanded range of full fibre broadband options, promising more reliable internet services and a broader spectrum of choices for consumers. The move aligns with the Government’s strategy to extend local full fibre networks, recognizing the crucial role of full fibre infrastructure in driving economic growth.

Fibre Heroes, the full fibre network provider spearheading this initiative, distinguishes its service from traditional networks, such as BT’s, which are utilized by national service providers like Sky. This new infrastructure represents a Government-backed upgrade, replacing the aging copper network and addressing limitations of the existing partial fibre networks. Notably, this implementation ensures a genuinely full fibre connection, extending all the way to homes, and not a partial upgrade.

James Warner, Managing Director of Fibre Heroes, expressed enthusiasm about the expansion, stating, “We’re really pleased to bring the residents and businesses of these 50 towns more choice in their broadband provider, stimulating competition and making available best-in-class internet services for the area. We know access to ultrafast connectivity has a real-world positive impact on how communities operate and the way we live our lives, so we’re proud to be able to deliver improved services for many people up and down the UK.”

Full fibre technology provides a more reliable internet service, offering download speeds of up to 1Gbps for homes and businesses connected to its network. It’s important for consumers to verify the availability of this newly introduced service with their respective broadband providers, as not all may offer this advanced connectivity option.

Jonny Rae

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