Quickline Expands High-Speed Fiber Broadband to Three Lincolnshire Villages

Lincolnshire, UK – Quickline continues its commitment to bridging the digital divide between urban and rural areas by connecting three more Lincolnshire villages to its high-speed fiber broadband network. The communities of Tetney in East Lindsey, Kirton near Boston, and Barnetby le Wold in North Lincolnshire now have access to fast and reliable broadband services.

Quickline’s fiber broadband offers speeds of up to 1Gbps, ensuring seamless streaming, browsing, and downloads for residents and businesses. Unlike some providers, Quickline’s full fiber broadband extends directly to users’ homes and businesses, eliminating the limitations of outdated copper cables that can hinder broadband speeds and reliability.

Julian Chalk, Head of Network Enablement and Engagement at Quickline, emphasized the significance of this expansion, stating, “Our fiber service is a game-changer for communities which have endured slow, inconsistent broadband for too long. When some providers talk about fiber, that actually means fiber is connected to a cabinet in your local area, but then outdated copper cables carry it to your home or business. That severely impacts the broadband speeds and reliability you receive. Our full fiber broadband comes all the way to your door, so you can enjoy greater reliability and higher speeds. With Quickline, you get the full experience.”

Approximately 4,500 households in Tetney, Kirton, and Barnetby le Wold can now access Quickline’s full fiber broadband. To encourage residents to try the service, Quickline is offering a special promotion: a three-month trial with no cost or hidden fees. At the end of the 90-day period, customers can choose to subscribe to one of Quickline’s broadband packages, transition to a rolling contract, or opt out if they are not satisfied with the service.

Jonny Rae

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