Sudbury residents can now start to place orders for Lit Fibre’s gigabit broadband services, following their announcement that the service has gone live in the town. Just over 3 months since their announcement on 26th November that Lit Fibre was starting to deploy its 10Gb capable network in Sudbury in Suffolk, the company has confirmed that installation of its network is now being switched on for its first orders and installations. The first areas to go live are the Meadows Lane / Edgworth Road areas and Belle Vue Road to Newton Croft areas.
Residents living within the initial launch areas will be able benefit from full-fibre broadband services with a choice of symmetrical 100Mb, 500Mb or 1Gb packages. Introductory prices start from just £25 a month for Lit100 and are subject to a minimum 12 month period.
Lit Fibre’s 10Gb capable network delivers a much more reliable and consistent service than the old copper based network, which is prevalent in the town. Work continues to build the network out to the rest of the town and is expected to be complete in the spring.
Tom Williams, CEO of Lit Fibre, said “Residents of Sudbury have been promised full fibre for too long now, without any progress, and we’re pleased to announce our first group of homes can now upgrade their service to full fibre. Focused on a professional rollout, we’ve aimed to minimise disruption to the local community while ensuring as many homes can benefit from gigabit speeds as possible.”
Sudbury residents who aren’t in the initial launch areas can register interest at www.litfibre.com to be kept updated on the progress of Lit Fibre’s deployment to the rest of the town which continues to be completed at a rapid pace.