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Wednesday, August 31st, 2016 (1:21 pm) - Score 381
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UK ISP WarwickNet has followed yesterday’s news for Coventry (here) by announcing that their 100Mbps+ capable Leased Line, FTTP and FTTC broadband network is being expanded to connect businesses around 10 new Street Cabinets in Northamptonshire (England).

At present the provider already serves 85 sites around the county and they now intend to “transform day-to-day business for up to 300 firms based across the parks” by installing their new infrastructure via an additional 10 cabinets.

The new cabinets will be installed at Moulton Park, Brackmills Industrial Estate, Sywell Airport Business Park, Earlstree Industrial Estate, Phoenix Parkway, Willowbrook East Industrial Estate and Kettering Business Park this month.

Ben King, CEO of WarwickNet, said:

“We have already connected a number of Northamptonshire business parks and we are looking forward to being able to provide business-grade broadband for even more struggling organisations at these additional sites.

We’ve worked alongside Northamptonshire County Council to ensure businesses receive a dependable service which will see all organisations gain access to the connectivity they need to grow – and help boost the county’s economy.”

The Northamptonshire sites already connected by WarwickNet include Grange Park, Weldon North and South Industrial Estates, Waterside and Rushmills, Corby Gate Business Park, Kettering Venture Park and Telford Way Industrial Estate.

Prices for the service aren’t cheap and usually start at £60 +vat per month for a 40Mbps (5Mbps upload) connection with a 100GB usage allowance and £100 one-off setup fee, which rises to £200 per month for their 100Mbps (30Mbps upload) package with a 500GB usage allowance.

The prices are based off a 24 month contract term, include a wireless router, static IPv4 + IPv6 address and adopt up to a 20:1 contention ratio. More expensive uncontended packages are also available with a Service Level Guarantee (SLA), not to mention their selection of Leased Lines.

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