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Full Fibre ISP Trooli Grows Network to 70,000 UK Premises

Friday, March 5th, 2021 (10:43 am) - Score 1,656
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Alternative broadband ISP Trooli, which is currently deploying their 1Gbps capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) network across rural parts of Kent, Hampshire and East Sussex in England, has hit a new milestone after their deployment reached 70,000 premises (up from 50,000 in Nov 2020 and 26,000 in Jun 2020).

At present all of this is being supported by funding worth €30m from the Connecting Europe Broadband Fund (here) and, more recently, £5m via a senior facility agreement with NatWest Bank (here).

The provider currently aims to cover a “minimum” of 150,000 UK premises by the end of 2021, before rising to 500,000 by late 2023 and then 1 million in 2024 (the latter goal has doubled their original target). The deployment is also being extended into parts of Berkshire, Hampshire, West Sussex and Wiltshire.

We should point out that the bulk of this deployment has so far occurred in Trooli’s home county of Kent, where 23,000 premises have now been reached. The latest locations being connected are: Harrietsham and Lenham; Goudhurst and Horsmonden; Greenhithe; Cuxton, Holborough and Halling; and Higham, Cliffe Woods and Shorne.

Andy Conibere, CEO of Trooli, said:

“The pandemic has highlighted the importance of ultra-fast and reliable broadband for UK consumers. It’s a vital part of how businesses and people communicate and consume information and keep themselves entertained,” said

With this expansion the Trooli network is now available to more than 70,000 premises, meaning even more residents and businesses have the opportunity to transform their experience of using the internet whether for working, studying or relaxing.”

The progress suggests that Trooli is on-target to achieve their first goal of 150,000 premises by the end of this year, which is particularly impressive given their focus on more rural or semi-rural towns and villages.

The provider’s broadband packages typically cost from £50 inc. VAT per month for an unlimited 300Mbps (100Mbps upload) service and this rises to £80 for 900Mbps+ (300Mbps upload). Customers are also being offered their first month’s subscription for free.

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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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5 Responses
  1. JamesP says:

    Good to see their progress! They do appear to be rolling out the service fairly quickly.

    See the coverage page has been updated with more ‘coming soon’ locations: https://www.trooli.com/coverage/

    1. Taskmaster says:

      Unfortunately they are rolling out without fulfilling there duty as a utility to properly submit correct details of the works and properly reinstate. They are causing many problems in those areas where they are working for such a small utility.

  2. HooWoo says:

    Some Trooli good news.

    Who comes up with these daft names? But so long as the service is good, they can call themselves whatever stupid name they like!

    1. Mark Jackson says:

      A lot of names may seem “stupid”, but if you think about all the brands you’re familiar with now.. if you were seeing those for the first time today then you might think they’re the same. Sprite, Pepsi etc.

  3. Rudu says:

    Trooli have the fibre cable to the BT poles in Greenhithe, but it’s not live yet. It’s been about 4 weeks the fibre cable has been stuck to the side of BT Poles. I think it’ll be another 4-6 weeks before it’s live.

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