Wi-Fi does Grow on Trees

Thanks to FullFibre & Fibre Heroes
Our industry, fibre telecoms, already lay claim to excellent environmental benefits with our products. Fibre networks consume 70% less power than outdated copper counterparts. Upgrading to a Full Fibre network can result in less maintenance call outs, resulting in less vehicle usage.

Not only do we measure our waste levels and carbon footprint closely, we report to our board on our environmental performance and the actions we take to reduce any negative effects.

This is why, in conjunction with COP26, Full Fibre and Fibre Heroes are proud to be taking part in our ‘Wi-Fi does grow on trees’ initiative.

For every order placed on our Fibre Heroes website, we will fund the planting of a tree across the worlds most needed reforestation projects in each of our customers names.

Our CEO Oliver Helm had this to say:

“This is no side show. We are rightly measured on our environmental impact and are continually challenged by our investors to find ways of reducing the effects of our work on the natural world. This is front and centre and scrutinised as seriously as more conventional economic metrics like our sales or coverage and it’s a challenge we embrace wholeheartedly.”

We can’t wait to continue to boost the environment and keep our green journey going.

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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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