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Friday, November 23rd, 2018 (12:01 am) - Score 1,112

The ITS Technology Group, which has built several fibre optic broadband ISP networks around the UK, has launched a special Black Friday discount for small businesses within their network coverage that offers 200Mbps “full fibre” for just £99 +vat per month or 1Gbps for £245 (symmetrical speeds).

Both packages include a free installation (with an approved Gigabit Broadband Voucher from the Government), unlimited data and are support by a 6-hour Service Level Agreement (SLA). The downside is that their FibreLight services are only available to those covered by their network in Bristol, Hereford, London, Nottingham and Tameside.

Apparently there’s also a “double bandwidth deal” for the first year if customers sign up before 31st December 2018 (email: info@itstechnologygroup.com). Dave Hudson, ITS’s Business Development Director, said: “There is demand for a full fibre service that sits between FTTC and business critical leased lines. FibreLight offers a flexible service that delivers many of the benefits of a traditional leased line at an affordable price.”

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8 Responses
  1. Avatar TheMatt says:

    Just don’t ask how much the install charge is 😉

    1. Avatar TheMatt says:

      ugh i can’t read. But I seriously doubt it would be free. You’ll live just on the edge of where they offer it for free

    2. Avatar Simon says:

      2Gbps for £245? Yeah sign me up!

      I live in the wrong area? no change there thn..

    3. Avatar TheMatt says:

      Always the same Simon. First it goes to the toffs in London in their £1m houses, second it goes to towns where they can’t even spell fibre and don’t care for it. The rest of the country is an afterthought.

    4. Avatar CarlT says:

      I imagine the 1Gb product is intended for businesses rather than toffs in £1 million houses.

      As it is the vast majority of the area covered by these guys is outside of London and a fair bit of the other coverage isn’t exactly obscure towns. Bristol, Hereford, Nottingham, Tameshire, Liverpool and Knowsley, North and Mid Wales, Derby and Greater Manchester are hardly full of toffs or people with no idea what fibre is.

      If unhappy with broadband coverage in the area wait, pay up or move.

    5. Avatar CarlT says:

      Or, of course, get a bit of campaigning going to increase demand and justify the investment to the company. All the private providers are in it to make money and if it can be demonstrated that there is money to be made they’ll move in.

      I’ve had to campaign for VDSL and for cable here. I’m also taking my own advice and, when moving home next year, we’re going somewhere with FTTP.

      Complaining on ISPR achieves nothing. In order of cost the options are wait, campaign, buy FoD or move, including all costs and potentially an increased mortgage. In order of effort and time wait, buy FoD, move or campaign.

      If that keen and holding some equity could even draw some equity from the property and use that to invest in FoD.

    6. Avatar GNewton says:

      @CarlT: Moving office is a reasonable option for a small business if fibre is important. However, FoD isn’t, you can’t even order FoD at the moment because it’s sale has been suspended again by Openreach.

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