Lit Fibre has revealed that it has already started building its network in another six towns which will shortly benefit from a full-fibre network, bringing the total number of homes in towns under deployment to over 200,000 within 9 months of their first network going live in the town of Chippenham.
Over the summer, the residents of Midsomer Norton, Radstock, Redditch, Melksham, Harpenden, and Sutton Coldfield will start being able to receive service on Lit Fibre’s 10Gb capable network, which will deliver better value, more reliable broadband with consistent service.
Residents in these towns will be able to order their full-fibre broadband service from a choice of symmetrical 100Mb, 500Mb or 1Gb packages. Lit Fibre’s network brings the best broadband infrastructure available anywhere in the world to these communities. Introductory prices start from just £24 a month with the first 3 months free for Lit100 and are subject to a minimum 12-month period.
“Residents of these six towns can now rest assured that they’ll soon be able to benefit from symmetrical gigabit speeds & reliable connections at low prices”, explains Tom Williams, CEO of Lit Fibre. “These communities have had a lack of choice for too long and will be able to break away from the incumbent providers with their price rises and long contracts, and move to a more consumer-focused, community-based service.”
The first of these towns to see new customers being connected will be Midsomer Norton and Redditch, where services will go live in late June. This is in addition to the six towns, (Cirencester, Evesham, Clacton-on-Sea, Bishop's Stortford, Chippenham & Sudbury) where residents are already enjoying Lit Fibre services.
Residents are urged to register their interest to be kept updated on build progress in their area, as well as getting the best available pricing when the service goes live.