UK wholesale provider gains ISP partners
The latest additions to FullFibre’s internet service provider (ISP) network are Link Broadband and OctaPlus. This follows previous announcements for IDNet and Zybre. These four new partners significantly increase FullFibre’s national offering.
The wholesale network provider is currently working to connect its telecoms network to more than 80 market towns across 11 counties in the UK. This latest news follows a year of strong growth for the company, which has 34 of its 80 towns actively in-build or connecting customers.
To support its progress, the business has seen its headcount increase by 61% in 2022, as it gains significant momentum to continue to build at pace in many underserved areas in the UK.
James Warner, CSO at FullFibre comments: “We are really pleased to be working with these new partners, all of whom bring more choice to customers looking to connect to the FullFibre network. A big part of our ethos at FullFibre is to level the digital landscape across the UK. By securing a future-proof full fibre internet connection in our regions for decades to come, and doing so with a range of ISP partners to choose from, we are creating both more choice and opportunity in these overlooked areas.”
CEO of FullFibre, Oliver Helm, adds: “Bringing on new partners is just one aspect of our growth this year, as we work to connect the hard-to-reach towns and villages typically overlooked by larger providers. I am wholly proud of the work we have been doing here at FullFibre, and I am really looking forward to further successes in 2023 as we continue to build at pace.”
Link Broadband is an internet service provider offering full fibre residential broadband packages to homes and businesses, enabling their customers to harness the potential of the Internet. OctaPlus is a nationwide internet service provider which aims to provide outstanding customer support, alongside industry leading prices and outstanding value for money, to its customers.
The lineup now includes Air Broadband, BeFibre, IDNet, Link Broadband, Merula, OctaPlus, Redline, Squirrel and ZYBRE.