Keen to support home businesses and families in need of premier internet speeds, we’re excited to announce that we’re expanding to offer Gigabit internet across Chester – all delivered through CityFibre’s full fibre network.
Gigabit internet can offer speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps, which allows an entire household to take advantage of high speeds simultaneously. From crystal-clear, buffer-free 4K television streaming to stable work calls and low-ping gaming, Gigabit internet represents a step change in the way we use the internet as we move away from the standard broadband being supplied by existing broadband suppliers.
Gigabit Internet in Chester to Support the Community
We’re committed to drastically improving internet speeds all across Chester. With new, high-tech infrastructure, our aim is to help Chester businesses grow with fast and secure internet connections – all with the ultimate goal of empowering local communities to level up Chester’s economy and become a regional powerhouse.
We offer free standard installation and a competitively priced entry service – just £28 per month for an Air200 Mbps service. And we intend to deliver much-needed support for home businesses and families as we begin to move past the pandemic.
With more and more work conducted from home, home workers rely on their internet to make their livelihoods and support their families; Gigabit internet will help them achieve their ambitions and stimulate their community in the meantime.
Our Sales and Marketing Manager, Gordon Sadler, said:
“Full fibre services are the future of internet connection, so Air Broadband are honoured to be able to provide our services to homes in Chester. We hope customers will see that Air is an internet provider set for the future, with customer service set at a level to match our speeds.”
And Charles Kitchin, CityFibre’s City Manager, said:
“We are delighted people in Chester are going to be able to take advantage of all the benefits full fibre has to bring. We continue to expand our network across Chester, allowing more people to make the switch to full fibre.”