FullFibre list 19 new towns

in Englnd for FTTP broadband
We have added a further 19 locations to our ever-growing list of underserved towns who are in need of a boost of internet speed.

We are covering towns in 6 counties across the UK. These 19 towns are:

Evesham, Malvern, Pershore, Cookley, Wychbold, Alcester, Bidford on Avon, Bourton on the Water, Newent, Bromyard, Kinver, Bridgnorth, Whitchurch, Market Drayton, Ellesmere, Broseley, St Martins, Weston Rhyn and Whittington.

You can check out your local town page, by taking a look at our coverage checker to see the progress of your build.

Our CEO, Oliver Helm, said:

“Our focus on building high quality fibre networks at pace means we are expanding at one of the quickest rates in the industry. This latest investment from our board pays testament to the progress we have made within our two initial regions. Our build teams comprised of a mix of highly committed direct labour and quality local sub-contractors have made huge strides in recent months and this has given us the ability to commit to more towns and offering a full fibre future to places that would otherwise be left behind.”

Keep an eye out for our vans coming to your area soon!

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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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This information does not constitute an offer by Full Fibre Limited (“Full Fibre”) which is available to you to accept (or transfer or sell). Instead, Full Fibre is putting in place a network which would enable those ISPs which sign up to using that network to offer their own customers prices in the ranges illustrated. These prices (which would include free standard installation and VAT) are indicative only and whether they will be available to you depends on the following factors:-

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