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Wednesday, February 24th, 2021 (10:19 am) - Score 1,488
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UK ISP Hyperoptic, which usually builds 1Gbps capable “full fibre” (FTTP/B) broadband networks to large residential (MDU) and office buildings, has announced that they’ve joined forces with house builder Avant Homes to help connect 2,000 households across 22 of the company’s new development sites in 2021 and beyond.

Based in Chesterfield, the Avant Homes Group builds approximately 2,000 homes each year and has 57 live developments across its five operating regions located within Scotland, North East England, Yorkshire and the Midlands. The company has a turnover of £446m and employs around 780 people.

Meanwhile Hyperoptic’s gigabit fibre network is currently present in parts of 43 UK towns and cities across well over 400,000 premises, including a large number in London, although they have previously expressed an ambition to cover 2 million UK premises by the end of 2021, followed by 5 million come the end of 2024 (mostly in urban areas). Sadly, we haven’t had a progress update on this for a while.

John Gilbert, Avant Homes Group Technical Director, said:

“Changing lifestyle trends and working habits means that the reliance and need for fast and reliable connectivity at home is a bigger priority than ever for our customers. We are very pleased to partner with Hyperoptic as part of our commitment to providing all our new homeowners with gigabit broadband as standard and as soon as they move into one of our homes.

Hyperoptic is renowned in the property sector for being a trusted full fibre delivery partner – they clearly care about working in tandem to ensure that the new resident has a seamless experience as soon as they move in. Its customer-focused values are a perfect match with our own.”

Liam McAvoy, Hyperoptic’s Senior Director of Business Development, said:

“We are delighted to welcome Avant Homes on board as a new Hyperoptic partner. Broadband has become an essential utility that we rely upon to work, learn and socialise every day. However, not all broadband services are equal. We pride ourselves on bringing together hyperfast full fibre broadband services, underpinned by market-leading customer service that is demonstrated by our 5* Trustpilot score.”

Customers typically pay from around £22 per month for an unlimited 50Mbps service on Hyperoptic and this goes up to £45 for 1Gbps (symmetric speed) on a 12-month minimum contract term (discounts applied). A one-off £29 activation fee also applies.

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3 Responses
  1. James™ says:

    I’m wondering if Avant will still be using Openreach FTTP as well?

    1. Jimmy™ says:

      You’d have thought part of the deal would be exclusivity, so no Openreach. Otherwise people would just order BT broadband because that the default for most punters.

    2. Ian says:

      Yes they will still be using openreach as Hyperoptic use openreach pia

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