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InternetTY Bring 1Gbps Broadband to Village of Ulceby, North Lincs

Tuesday, December 29th, 2020 (8:20 am) - Score 1,512
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New UK ISP InternetTY (aka – Internet ThankYou), which is deploying a new gigabit-capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband network to 12,000+ premises in “rural and semi-urbanised areas” (starting in Staffordshire and North Lincolnshire, England), has now gone live in the village of a Ulceby.

The operator’s new Point-to-Point style “full fibre” network has already had an eventful start after it brushed up against overbuild from KCOM’s rival £100m FTTP network extension project in North Lincolnshire (here), such as in the town of Barton-Upon-Humber. But this doesn’t appear to have dented their plans.

A few months back the provider announced that they would start building across the large nearby village of Ulceby in October 2020 (here), which they said would enable 694 homes with FTTP. The good news is that the first properties in that community are now able to go live on their new network.

As an additional Christmas gift to everyone across our network we removed all speed caps on all packages, giving everyone with capable hardware 1Gbps from Christmas Eve to New Year’s Day!,” said Ben Wragg of InternetTY to ISPreview.co.uk. The investment for all of these builds has come from a mix of private self-funding and support via the Government’s (DCMS) rural gigabit voucher schemes.

Rob Shaylor, Ulceby Resident, said:

“The difference Internetty have made to our village is massive. As a rural village our broadband was always poor and I approached Internetty to campaign for them to install FTTH. They overcame a whole host of issues with aged infrastructure and have managed to install 1gbs fibre to properties in the village.

We no longer have to worry about internet speeds working from home and this installation future proofs our village for years to come. The whole experience with them as the village campaign manager was straight forward and they were professional and kept disruption to a minimum while they installed the new network. I hope they can take our success story to other rural villages in the area!”

The provider’s unlimited packages normally start from just £20 per month for 100Mbps (10Mbps upload) and this rises to £45 for average symmetric speeds of 800Mbps+. All packages come attached to a 12-month contract term and a £25 one-off activation fee. On top of that their 250Mbps and 800Mbps tiers both include a static IP address. Suffice to say that they’re more competitively priced than KCOM’s plans, as well as a lot of other FTTP providers.

NOTE: Internetty also serves MDUs (apartment buildings) but the pricing for those is slightly different.

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By Mark Jackson
Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on Twitter, , Facebook and Linkedin.
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