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ISP Exascale Splits UK Business to Focus on FTTP Broadband

Friday, July 24th, 2020 (12:01 am) - Score 689
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UK ISP Exascale, which last year started to build a new Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband network to cover premises around parts of Telford in Shropshire (here), has split their business into two – one side will focus on bringing gigabit “full fibre” to homes and the other will focus on biz and wholesale connectivity.

The changes, which will see the ISP being split into Exascale and Exascale Business divisions, will be introduced gradually over the “coming weeks and months.” At the time of writing the provider hasn’t provided much context for all this, except to say that it will improve how they communicate with customers.

NOTE: Exascale’s initial FTTP build intends to cover 1,200 homes and 250 businesses.

The company’s CEO, Thomas Bibb, said “this is a very exciting time for Exascale as we enter our next stage of growth.” We believe that the provider is slowly growing their early FTTP coverage toward 1,000 premises passed (due to be reached fairly soon) and they also have plans to expand into parts of both Wolverhampton (West Midlands) and Cheltenham (Gloucestershire).

At present new customers can choose packages that start from £32 per month for an unlimited 80Mbps (20Mbps upload) service and those go up to £75 for their symmetric speed 900Mbps (average) tier, which currently includes free activation and a Tenda Mesh WiFi router on an 18 month minimum contract term.

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  1. Avatar DaveD says:

    I would be a customer if they did Lawley (hint hint my Bibb).

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