Pantymwyn to Embrace Full Fibre Broadband in Openreach’s Expansion

Pantymwyn, located in Flintshire, is poised to reap the benefits of Openreach’s extensive Full Fibre broadband expansion.

Pantymwyn is now included in Openreach’s comprehensive Full Fibre broadband expansion plan, which encompasses over 2,800 towns, cities, boroughs, villages, and hamlets.

This significant Full Fibre broadband upgrade, a once-in-a-generation opportunity, will empower thousands of local residents to connect numerous devices at gigabit-capable speeds. Moreover, it ensures that broadband capacity will remain sufficient for decades to come.

Over 1,200 homes and businesses in the area are expected to gain access to this enhanced connectivity.

Full Fibre broadband offers a more dependable, resilient, and future-proof connectivity solution. It reduces the occurrence of faults, provides consistent and predictable speeds, and boasts ample capacity to accommodate the increasing demands for data.

Martin Williams, Openreach Partnership Director for Wales, emphasized Openreach’s commitment to delivering Full Fibre broadband with unmatched speed, reach, and quality. He praised the company’s highly skilled engineers and build partners for their dedication in providing some of the fastest and most reliable broadband services in Wales and the rest of the UK.

Williams further mentioned that detailed information and timelines for the expansion would be accessible on Openreach’s website as the planning process progresses.

Openreach recently surpassed the milestone of connecting over 11.5 million premises throughout the UK, including approximately 3.7 million in the most challenging and underserved regions of the country.

Furthermore, Openreach has witnessed a strong uptake of its ultrafast services, with more than 3 million homes and businesses adopting this high-speed solution, representing a robust adoption rate exceeding 30 percent.

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