Bayston Hill Joins

    the Fibre Revolution

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    Posted on: November 9, 2022

    Thanks to Fibre Heroes, the Shropshire village receives ultrafast broadband for the first time and is connecting thousands of homes.

    The wholesale network provider has bypassed challenges to bring full fibre connectivity to Bayston Hill. Residents and businesses are taking full advantage of synchronous speeds of up to 1 Gigabit per second with incomparable reliability.

    Soon, every single property in the village will be able to upgrade its broadband, which means slow speeds, and interrupted streaming and video calls will be a thing of the past.

    Fibre Heroes works alongside local and national internet service providers (ISPs) that connect to their network and create a choice for their customers. Residents and businesses of Bayston Hill will have the widest and most competitive choice of services to choose from.

    Bringing Bayston Hill to the forefront of digital technology has been a key mission for the alternative network and they are finally able to announce this significant milestone.

    Chris Williams, National Build Director at Fibre Heroes and highlighted:

    “This is an exciting time for us as we are now starting to complete build in areas that were once deemed impossible to connect. Bayston Hill is a big step in the right direction and proves that all areas in the UK can join this digital revolution. Reaching the village across the A49 and A5 was a big achievement for the Fibre Heroes team and motivates us to continue with our mission.”

    Cllr Rosemary Dartnall said “This is a really exciting step forward for the village.  We have all learned just how much we rely on our internet connection in the last couple of years and for many the service has not been good enough.  Full fibre will give people access to the highest quality broadband supporting homeworking and helping those using the internet for education to learn on a level playing field.”

    Pictured L-R: Matt Smith, Emma Last & Sophie Lett from FullFibre Ltd and Cllrs Rosemary Dartnall, Ted Clarke and Alan Parkhurst

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