FullFibre Joins Forces with Direct Save to Enhance Broadband and Home Phone Options for End-Users

In a strategic move aimed at bolstering their service offerings, FullFibre has welcomed Direct Save as a new partner. Direct Save, a reputable UK-based internet service provider, focuses on delivering cost-effective broadband and home phone packages, aiming to help consumers make substantial savings. Their dedication to affordability is complemented by an award-winning customer support team.

Matt Holliman, Operations Manager at Direct Save, lauded this partnership with FullFibre, stating, “We’re excited to collaborate with Fibre Heroes, a leading provider of high-speed fibre-optic broadband. This joint effort enables us to merge our proficiency in budget-friendly and customer-centric broadband and phone services with a cutting-edge fibre network. We can now offer our customers a dependable and lightning-fast internet connection.”

The alliance between FullFibre and Direct Save signifies a commitment to bridge the digital divide, ensuring that a broader demographic gains access to the advantages of full fibre connectivity.

Head of Wholesale at FullFibre, Matt Baker, also expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration, highlighting its potential to diversify service options for residents and businesses throughout the UK. This move aligns with FullFibre’s vision to accelerate network expansion and provide a broader spectrum of choices to consumers.

FullFibre’s ongoing initiative involves building comprehensive fibre networks in more than 80 towns spanning 11 counties. Their mission is to bring ultrafast broadband to areas of the UK that have been historically underserved, fulfilling a critical need for faster and more reliable internet connectivity. With this strategic partnership, FullFibre takes a significant step forward in achieving its goal, ultimately enhancing broadband and home phone options for end-users.

Jonny Rae

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