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Posted on: January 9, 2023
Gigabit Networks is the latest Internet Service Provider (ISP) to join Fibre Heroes’ partner programme to deliver ultrafast, reliable internet connections via their fibre network.
This new partnership is a further expansion to the Fibre Heroes’ ISP partner network and follows previous new partner announcements. With their focus on the Midlands, Gigabit Networks will augment Fibre Heroes’ national offering regionally, with more choice for residents in the region seeking a high-quality residential broadband provider.
The multi-award winning Gigabit Networks is on a mission to empower the Midlands with faster internet connectivity and future-proofed, ultra-reliable internet that unlocks the possibilities that come with gigabit-capable fibre broadband.
After successfully launching its digital revolution in the cities of Derby, Coventry, Leicester, Nottingham and Wolverhampton, Gigabit have set their sights on the neighbouring towns on Fibre Heroes’ partner network.
FullFibre’s Fibre Heroes are building full fibre networks in over 80 towns across 11 counties, fulfilling their goal of bringing ultrafast broadband to underserved areas of the UK.
Commenting on the new partnership, Head of Wholesale at FullFibre, Matt Baker, said “With our national network growing at pace, it is really reassuring to be partnering with Gigabit Networks, who are known for providing quality internet services.
“This addition to our rapidly growing partner programme means we can offer even more choice to residents and businesses across the Midlands, and supplements our overall offering in the towns we operate in”.
David Yates, co-founder of Gigabit Networks also comments, “Having recently been voted ‘Best Internet Service Provider (ISP) in the Midlands’, Gigabit Networks is on a mission to empower the region with faster internet connectivity. This new partnership with FullFibre will help us to reach this goal and reflects our shared values when it comes to transforming lives through high-quality digital services”.