Building a community means connecting family, connecting friends, and putting the power back in your hands. Our ultrafast fibre seeks to bring your community together, and bring people in the community closer to one another like never before. With your continued support, not only can you enjoy the benefits of ultrafast fibre broadband, but together we can continue on our mission to bring the South West into the fibre future. We need all hands on deck; and it starts with you.
As a thank you to the community for the continued support on our collective journey, we’ve put together a community scheme for a service to village halls as part of our build programme. With the outdated, unreliable copper networks in the South West, many areas struggle to maintain broadband speeds of 10Mbps, which is where our service comes into play.
You can sign up for 12 months of ultrafast fibre broadband with speeds of up to 300Mbps, making slow downloads and buffering, rightfully, a thing of the past. By replacing the old Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) connections and installing Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) connections, homes and businesses in your community will be able to enjoy ultrafast fibre broadband like never before.
With new broadband provisions, your village hall can open its doors for larger events. There’s no obligation to sign up for an extended period, and with a bit of community support towards our promotion, the package will be free for 12 months. In most cases, installation will be free - subject to survey - and if you choose to return to your existing supplier after the free period, we would simply come and remove our equipment at no extra charge.
We will endeavour to keep you and your community up to date with everything that’s going on as we carry out the build. Join us at our regular community engagement and sales events to meet our team and learn more about our mission!
Keeping everyone in the know is going to be essential for us to introduce our ultrafast fibre broadband with minimal disruption. With your continued support and constant communication, we will be able to not only keep you updated on our progress, but also hear of your concerns as the build continues.
For work to commence, we will begin to introduce short-term road closures with limited access as our team dig up roads and install fibre. All temporary road closures are available to you to monitor on one network, and our team is always ready to listen and address your concerns, should you have any. So please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
As we build, we’ll continue to comply with all relevant legislations - such as National Joint Utilities Group (NJUG) & Highways Authorities & Utilities Committee (HAUC) - and follow the rights granted to us under the Electronic Communications Code 2003.
We can’t wait to bring the future to you!
If you’d like to speak with a member of our team, you can always send us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on 01392 576 479.
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