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UPDATE Fixed Wireless ISP LN Comms Merged into Boundless Networks

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016 (9:54 am) - Score 2,619

Fixed wireless broadband ISP LN Communications (aka – ILoveBroadband), which had been serving homes and businesses around rural Yorkshire and Lancashire in England, has over the past few months quietly vanished after they were merged into Boundless Networks.

LN Communications Ltd. was originally established in 2006 and they’ve been expanding ever since. Little is known about the latest merger, except that LN Comms acquired nearby ISP Boundless Broadband in September 2015 and then in December 2015 they decided to officially adopt the Boundless Networks Ltd. brand name, with offices in Leeds and Chorley.

The official Companies House record doesn’t shed much light on the matter, except to confirm that a couple of directors have since been terminated (not uncommon after a merger) and that the new company is overdue on its annual return. In the past couple of months all of the old LN Comms and ILoveBroadband sites have been redirected to the new Boundless Networks home.

Subscribers to the service will typically pay from £19.99 per month for an unlimited 10Mbps (4Mbps upload) service with included router, which rises to £44.99 for the top 30Mbps (4Mbps upload) package. Customers don’t need to take line rental for the wireless service to work, although there is a one-off installation fee of £150.

UPDATE 23rd June 2016

Boundless Networks claims that its merger has now created one of the largest wireless coverage footprints of any such specialist ISP in the country, which reaches over 3,500 square miles and operates a private national fibre network from its data centre in Manchester.

David Hood, Boundless Networks Chairman, said:

“High speed wireless technology operated by Boundless Networks represents the only cost effective and reliable technology for the hundreds of thousands of premises across the UK that have been left behind by the traditional players. Our wireless services are loved by our rural and urban clients, who get access speeds from 10Mbps to 1Gbps. The technical expertise and advanced cloud services developed by Boundless, together with LN’s community-led focus will ensure Boundless Networks can become the de facto high speed choice for customers across the whole of the North of England and beyond.

We believe Boundless Networks is the fastest and largest Fibre Wireless Internet Service Provider in rural and remote areas of the UK; we offer the most reliable broadband connections to homes and businesses.”

Boundless also said that their network is well placed to support the Government’s proposed 10Mbps USO.

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2 Responses
  1. Avatar Kenny says:

    My mother is on Boundless as they promised a fast connection which I needed to have for CCTv and also needed to use when i go up and see her in the valleys, the service at best is comparable to a dsl connection but can never get close to FTTC speeds which is why i bought it so big failure there ,

    i would say its a very very expensive product has about 4/6 drops outs a month their service is poor, and have not been able to get the signal fixed despite 3 call outs form so called engineers .

    I am cancelling as soon as the contract ends, they really need to focus on getting the product to work and having a decent customer care.

    DSL was better than this

  2. Avatar Bob Lewin says:

    I have had endless problems with them, they never delivered the service promised, tickets go un acted on, constant prevarications about fixes coming soon. Just disconnected their modem and about to cancel their direct debit. I was pointed to them as part of the support of rural businesses by York Council and a £2k grant was given in support of this. . I’d like to get in touch with others who have had similar problems.

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