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GTC Add ISP Love Your Broadband to Offer Ultrafast FTTH at New Builds

Monday, April 4th, 2016 (11:55 am) - Score 2,608

Utility infrastructure provider GTC, which among other things deploys 300Mbps capable Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH/P) broadband networks to new build home developments, has added a new ISP (Love Your Broadband) to offer services over its network (includes a FIRS distributed Sky TV package).

Apparently Love Your Broadband, which we note is a trading name for Love Digital TV Ltd (formerly Spectrum [SELSDON] Ltd), will bring its “own individual offering to home-owners served by GTC’s fibre network“, which includes five voice and broadband packages of varying speeds and also a range of call plans and a Sky TV offering.

GTC’s Sales Director, Tom Brough, said:

“We are now in a position where GTC’s FTTH network makes it possible for customers to access packages to suit all budgets and needs. Our open access policy and ultrafast speeds have made it a win/win situation for provider and for customer, something that Love Your Broadband clearly recognises.”

Sadly the ISPs website appears to be one of those ‘call us to request a quote‘ providers, although it does say that their “high speed fibre” packages start from £10 per month (speed options of 25Mbps, 40Mbps, 80Mbps, 110Mbps or 300Mbps) and all require a 12 month contract term.

It’s perhaps also worth noting Love Digital TV’s most recent accounts, which shows that they made a profit of £686K in 2014 and this increased to £893K in 2015.

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