Thanks to the network provider, Fibre Heroes, Wem residents now have access to full fibre internet connection.
Fibre Heroes has made unlimited and ultrafast internet a viable option for thousands of residents living in Wem, with the plan to reach everyone in the town.
Offering a range of internet service providers (ISPs), the wholesale network provider has created a choice for local residents when it comes to their internet connection. All customers can rely on consistent ultrafast broadband, thanks to Fibre Heroes.
It’s time to say goodbye to poor network connection and the dreaded loading wheel when streaming games and films. This latest announcement means thousands of people can experience stress-free full fibre broadband.
Having recently announced other towns going live such as Ross-on-Wye, Leominster and Shrewsbury, the network builder are starting to offer an alternative broadband option.
FullFibre’s Fibre Heroes National Build Director Dan Jones commented:
“Fibre Heroes was established as a network provider to connect underserved towns, helping to improve and potentially modernise local attractions and societies that towns like Wem are known for. Wem is one of many towns that we are very excited to reach with the hope that the new technology will enhance community connection and everyday living.”
This recent announcement is part of an ongoing mission to connect as many people as possible in the town of Wem and the Midlands West region in general. Fibre Heroes will continue to invest in small and/or rural towns to help bridge the digital divide.