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1Gbps Hyperoptic Broadband Coming to Bellway South London Homes

Monday, April 23rd, 2018 (10:23 am) - Score 1,313

Fibre optic UK ISP Hyperoptic has entered into a partnership with new build property developer Bellway South London (BSL), which will see their Gigabit capable hyperfast broadband (FTTP/B) network being made available from day one at their new development sites in the city.

At present the provider has already deployed their urban FTTP and FTTB network into many parts of the United Kingdom (400,000 premises), including a big chunk of London, and they’re aiming to reach 500,000 premises by 2019, followed by 2 million in 2022 and there’s also an aspiration for 5 million by 2025 (here).

The operator’s typical approach focuses upon connecting their fibre optic based network to large residential or office buildings in dense urban areas (e.g. Multi-Dwelling Units with at least 50 units), although they have recently expanded to do a few new build housing estates and council (social) homes.

In terms of today’s news, the following developments by Bellway South London (a division of Bellway) should all be getting Hyperoptic installed as part of their build stage, which equates to hundreds of homes.

New Hyperoptic Equipped BSL Developments

  • Solomon’s Seal in Broadbridge Heath
  • Trinity Quarter in Guildford
  • Ikon in Croydon
  • Walton Park in Walton on Thames
  • Little Meadow in Cranleigh

Residents will be able to access services the day they move in and enjoy it free for the first 3 months of service.

Steve Holford, Chief Customer Officer of Hyperoptic, said:

“We have a fantastic relationship with Bellway, having already installed our services across nearly 4,000 of its properties elsewhere in the UK. To be included in the initial design and build phase is testament to the value we are delivering. Our developer relationships are incredibly important to us as they form the foundation of our strategy to pass over five million UK homes with our full fibre network by 2025. We look forward to giving future Bellway South London residents a word-class broadband experience, which will be future-proofed for decades as smart home technologies advance.”

Nicky Chapman, Sales Director for Bellway South London, said:

“We’re not surprised that so many people rank a good broadband speed as a must-have. The Internet is now an integral part of our lives, and many of us use it to work from home, to plan our social lives and to stream TV or movies. We appreciate how important it is for buyers that they have a fast broadband connection, and that’s why we’re making sure it’s available for our new residents.”

Customers can typically choose from either a broadband and phone bundle or a broadband-only service on a 12 month contract (the latter usually attracts a £40 one-off connection fee). You can also get a “no contract” option (broadband-only), although this tends to cost a little extra per month.

The packages also include unlimited usage, 24/7 support, a wireless router and dynamic IP address (IPv6 support is being rolled out) or £5 for a Static IP. The current offer pricing is as follows.

Package Broadband Only (12 months) Broadband and Phone (12 months) No Contract (30 days’ notice)
30Mb £17 a month (*£22) £18 a month (*£25) £24 a month
150Mb £27 a month (*£35) £28 a month (*£38) £38 a month
1Gb £48 a month (*£60) £49 a month (*£63) £64 a month

* This denotes the monthly price you will pay after the first 12 month contract is over.

NOTE: It should still be possible to get an extra 10% off these prices by using this promo code during sign-up: APRILEXTRA10 . This should be valid until 30th April 2018.

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