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ISP Internetty Prep Full Fibre Rollout to 12,000 UK Premises

Friday, October 4th, 2019 (7:09 am) - Score 1,825

Last week we reported that alternative network ISP Internetty was preparing to deploy a new Gigabit-capable (1Gbps+) Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband and fixed wireless network to serve UK “rural and semi-urbanised areas.” We now have some details of their rollout plan for Lincolnshire and Staffordshire.

The original article (here) only included a very brief summary due to lack of information. At the time we pointed out that the provider planned to initially focus on North Lincolnshire and also intended to supplement its fibre platform with a Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) network, which would serve properties that are not viable to connect to via their FTTP network.

Since then we’ve been able to get some extra details from the ISP, which currently has 8,500 users on their existing network. In particular they have a large presence in Liverpool, Manchester and Warrington inside multi dwelling (MDU) buildings, along with business customers spread throughout the UK.

As we understand it Internetty now intends to rollout a new Point-to-Point style “full fibre” broadband network and they’ve identified two initial projects. Planning for this has taken several months but the first locations to benefit will be the North Lincolnshire villages of Barrow on Humber and Goxhil. At the same time the provider will build out to reach the village of Sugnall in Staffordshire.

The investment for all this would come from a mix of self-funding and support via the Government’s (DCMS) gigabit broadband voucher schemes. The provider estimates that if all goes to plan then their new FTTP network could cover over 12,000 premises within the next 12 months, which is optimistic for a smaller player but not unreasonably so.

In terms of pricing, the current proposal could see prices of between £20 per month for 30Mbps, £25 for 100Mbps and £45 for 1Gbps (that’s quite aggressively positioned). The prices are similar to how much they charge for some MDUs (apartment buildings) within their existing fibre network, although those do tend to vary from location to location.

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  1. Avatar Matthew says:

    So basically these guys want to the opposite of the big networks.

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