Quickline Expands Full Fibre Broadband Reach Across Rural North Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

Over 3,000 additional properties gain access to Quickline’s fast and reliable broadband services

Quickline, a leading broadband provider, has extended its full fibre broadband network to benefit an additional 3,000 properties in communities across rural North Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. The new full fibre builds are now live in Osgodby and Barlby in North Yorkshire, as well as Northorpe and Knaith Park in Lincolnshire, providing gigabit-capable connectivity to residents and businesses in these areas.

Title: “Quickline’s Full Fibre Broadband Revolution Reaches 3,000 More Properties in Rural North Yorkshire and Lincolnshire”

Residents in Northorpe and Knaith Park, situated in the West Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, along with Osgodby and Barlby near Selby in North Yorkshire, can now benefit from Quickline’s high-speed and reliable broadband services, transforming their digital experiences.

Julian Chalk, Head of Enablement and Engagement at Quickline, emphasized the significance of their full fibre broadband in communities that have long endured slow and inconsistent internet services. Chalk stated, “Our full fibre broadband is a game-changer for communities that have endured slow and inconsistent broadband for too long. Nobody should have to struggle with poor connectivity, and at Quickline, we are passionate about helping customers, wherever they happen to live, to live their best digital lives.”

The expansion includes premises in North Yorkshire’s phase four of the Superfast North Yorkshire program, a collaborative effort between North Yorkshire Council, NYnet (the council’s technology company), Openreach, and Quickline. This initiative, funded with over £12 million from North Yorkshire Council, aims to enhance internet connections in some of the most technologically isolated areas of the county.

Councillor Derek Bastiman, North Yorkshire Council’s Executive Member for Open to Business, responsible for broadband, reaffirmed the council’s commitment to improving broadband connections across the county. He stated, “Communities across the whole of North Yorkshire are benefiting from the work that is underway to improve broadband connections. We remain firmly committed to ensuring that wherever people live or work in the county, they have the internet connectivity that they need. The rollout of the program to Osgodby and Barlby is the latest clear example of that commitment, connecting homes and businesses with broadband that is vital for life in the 21st century.”

Emily Turner

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