FullFibre begin North Midlands

FTTP rollout
Our Fibre Heroes have been deployed into our first areas of the North Midlands building a comprehensive FTTP broadband network, starting in the Staffordshire town of Leek.

Neighbouring town Cheadle will also start to see our Fibre Heroes in and around the area as we commence building next week.

Chris Williams, our Area General Manager for the North Midlands area, said:

“We have worked incredibly hard since the funding announcement. In short order we have successfully assembled a highly experienced team of almost 40 professionals, established our regional office in Derby and completed the design for every town in our plans. More importantly, we recruited a group of contractors to work with our direct labour force who are well respected locally and capable of extremely fast paced delivery without compromising on quality.”

These builds will run parallel with our other networks within the West Midlands and South Midlands also.

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Fibre Heroes are swooping in to save underserved market towns across the country, by providing ultrafast fibre broadband to 500,000 homes and businesses by 2025.

Fibre Heroes is part of Full Fibre Limited. Prices shown are indicative of ISP pricing and subject to change.

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