Air Broadband are pleased to announce that our gigabit capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband service on CityFibre’s network has now become available to homes and businesses in a further 10 of their cities and towns. Over the coming months, thanks to strong consumer take-up and demand in parts of Ipswich, Cambridge, Lowestoft and Bury St Edmunds earlier this year, we at Air Broadband are now expanding our availability to include the lovely people in Solihull, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Chester, Worcester, Preston, Blackpool, Derby, Norwich and Nottingham.
CityFibre are currently investing £4bn to cover 1 million UK premises with their alternative FTTP network by the end of 2021 (over 650,000 have already been reached) and then 8 million premises across 285 cities, towns and villages. The 8m target aims to be “substantially completed” by the end of 2025, and they may yet extend it to 10 million premises.
“Air Broadband is pleased that our recently launched broadband services, powered by the CityFibre network, in Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge, Ipswich and Lowestoft have been well received with our customers.
They appreciate that Air Broadband is an approachable company that provides very high levels of customer service.
Building on our success, we are delighted to announce that we are providing these services to a further ten towns and cities across the UK. It is a significant step in the development of Air Broadband and demonstrates our commitment to becoming a leading ISP within the fibre broadband market.”
Andrew Glover, CEO of Air Broadband
Customers on related packages tend to pay from £28 per month for an unlimited 200Mbps (symmetric speed) package on an 18-month term, which rises to £45 for their top gigabit tier. A customer activation charge of £40 and router delivery fee of £6.50 is also applicable.
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