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Boundless Networks Bring 150Mbps Wireless Broadband to the Ribble Valley

Wednesday, November 8th, 2017 (12:54 pm) - Score 513
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Fixed wireless ISP Boundless Networks has announced that their 150Mbps capable ultrafast broadband network has been extended to reach businesses in the rural Ribble Valley area of Lancashire UK, with firms in the large rural village of Whalley (population of 2,700) being among the first to benefit.

Apparently the new deployment across the Ribble Valley will take the next year to complete and is being supported by an investment of more than £60,000. The provider claims that this will also “remove the need for homes and businesses to wait for the Government’s Universal Service Obligation of 10Mbps,” although that may be a moot point for Whalley because we note that many homes in the village can already access a superfast broadband service via Openreach’s (BT) ‘up to’ 80Mbps capable FTTC (VDSL2) network.

Chris Bewley, Boundless Networks Technical Director, said:

“Being able to go way beyond the Government’s target of 30Mbps is a huge benefit to rural homes and businesses. Not only can we deliver the superfast target, we can futureproof the service so that businesses in rural areas, like Whalley, don’t need to play catch up with competitors in the big cities like Manchester and Leeds.

Wireless ultrafast broadband is able to deliver this and Boundless is leading the way in delivering it.”

The announcement states that Boundless’s business packages start from just £30 per month, with business specific ultrafast packages starting at £149. Residential packages are also available from £19.99. Boundless, like most fixed wireless ISPs, fuels their new masts with a fibre optic cable (aka – “Fibre to the Mast” [FTTM]).

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