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Interview – Hyperoptic Talks UK 1000Mbps Broadband Coverage, TV and Uptake

Monday, November 10th, 2014 (2:04 am) - Score 10,027

Unfortunately that concludes our interview with Dana and we’d like to thank Hyperoptic for agreeing to answer our questions, although it did take a little longer to get the replies than we first anticipated ;). In any case we’ll probably stop back with Hyperoptic in 2017/18 to see how their plans to reach 500,000 premises are going.

But until then the ISP has been kind enough to furnish us with a list of the buildings where their service has already become available. It’s quite a long list and hence has its own page.

Appendix A

1 & 3 Eastfields Avenue
Airpoint Skypark Road
Alaska Buildings
Albion Riverside
Altitude Apartments
Baltimore Wharf & Tower
Barking Central
Barrier Point
Battersea Reach
Brentford Dock
Brentford Lock
Britannia Village
Burrells Wharf
Butlers Wharf
Canada Wharf
Canary Central
Carlisle Mansions
Cayenne Court
Central House
Centrillion Point
Charter Quay
Cheyne Court
China Wharf
Chinnocks Wharf
City Harbour
City Quarter
City Tower
Clifford’s Inn
Coniston Court
Devonport
Dockhead Wharf, Shad Thames
East Village
Elektron and Switch House
Elm Park Mansions
Empire Square
Factory Quarter
Fulham Riverside
Gallions Reach
Grand Union Village
Great West Quarter
Great West Quarter The Tower
Greenwich Millennium Village
Hayes Apartments
Imperial Wharf
Ink Building
Issigonis House
Java Wharf, Shad Thames
Keeling House
Kenilworth Court
Kensington Green
Kimmerston House
King and Queen Wharf
Kingsway Square
Knightsbridge Apartments
Lanterns Court
Latitude Apartments
Lockes Wharf
Marner Point
Meridian Place
Montevetro
Morris House W3
Neo Bankside
New Caledonian Wharf
New Capital Quay
New Concordia Wharf
Old Sun Wharf
One Prescot Street
One Tower Bridge
Osier
Pacific Wharf
Parliament View Apartments
Plantation Wharf
Porchester Place
Price’s Court
Quadrangle Tower & The Quadrangle
Queen Mary’s Place
Regent on the River
RGK Apartments
Riverside Plaza
Riverside Quarter
Royal Artillery Quays
Spice Quay Heights
St Andrews Village
St Andrews Wharf, Shad Thames
St George Wharf
St Georges Wharf, Shad Thames
St Saviours Wharf
Strata
Stratford Halo
The Courthouse
The Island, Brentford Lock
The Jam Factory
The Odyssey
The Robinson Building
The Tower St George
The View
The Water Gardens (Paddington)
Tower Bridge Piazza
Trinity Wharf
Water Gardens (Canada Water)
Waterside Park E16
Westgate House
Westminster Green
Whitehouse Apartments
Woodland Crescent
Zenith House

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Mark Jackson
By Mark Jackson
Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on Twitter, , Facebook and Linkedin.
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6 Responses
  1. Avatar dave says:

    One of the big questions you didn’t ask her was why do you force people to take out a phone line @ £12.50/month?

  2. Avatar dave says:

    update, you can order without a phone line but you only save £2.50/month.

  3. Avatar Ignitionnet says:

    That is perfectly normal, Dave. Virgin Media do much the same. Going further afield as do, say, Swisscom.

    You pay £11 more for broadband on its own from Virgin. By not taking a landline the saving is only £4.50.

  4. Avatar Tom says:

    f8lure graphs seem to show peak time congestion between AAISP (and probably other locations) and Hyperoptic customers.
    But unlike BE and BT.. where pings would go from 18ms to nearing 100ms…
    Hyperoptic rise from 1ms to the heady hights of 20ms. 😛 Might be affecting speeds though, I can’t test that.

  5. Hyperoptic has been the first ISP in the UK to provide gigabit services to residents. Its wide range bringing a hope to the people of rural areas as well.

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