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InternetTY Expand 1Gbps Broadband Rollout in Lincolnshire UK

Wednesday, August 11th, 2021 (7:48 am) - Score 816
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UK ISP InternetTY (aka – Internet ThankYou), which early last year began deploying a new gigabit-capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband network to “rural and semi-urbanised areas” across Staffordshire and North Lincolnshire, has now begun to extend beyond their existing build locations.

The operator’s initial aim was to cover 12,000+ premises with their new Point-to-Point style “full fibre” network within the first 12-months of deployment, and judging by today’s update they’re getting much closer to finally achieving that.

NOTE: Internetty also serves MDUs (apartment buildings) but the pricing may differ.

The deployments originally started in the village of Ulceby, as well as the town of Barton-Upon-Humber, where they rubbed up against some overbuild from KCOM’s rival FTTP network expansion programme. Nevertheless, InternetTY has now covered 4,244 homes out of 5,200 in Barton and their Ulceby (694 premises) build has been completed.

As a result, the provider’s civil engineers have now started works on delivering the 5km build of Croxton (21 homes), which is leading to the village of Kirmington (178 homes), along with the village of Wootton (248 homes). In conjunction with the above villages, they are also starting in Marshchapel (359 homes) as they venture further down the East Coast.

Ben Wragg of InternetTY told ISPreview.co.uk:

“We’ve received a great welcome to all the locations that we have started build to, with other communities reaching out to us hoping we will extend our network. We work with all communities that reach out!. We are very committed to connecting the hardest to reach areas, community. Everyone should have access to truly affordable ; truly unlimited; real fibre broadband.”

As stated previously, the investment for all of these builds has generally come from a mix of private self-funding and support via the Government’s (DCMS) rural gigabit voucher schemes. Packages on this network start at just £20 per month for an unlimited 100Mbps (10Mbps upload) service, which rises to just £45 for symmetric speeds of 800Mbps+ (gigabit plan).

All of their packages come attached to a 12-month contract term, wireless router and a £25 one-off activation fee. On top of that, their 250Mbps (£32) and 800Mbps tiers both include a static IP address. The pricing is very competitive, particularly given the rural nature of their deployments.

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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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  1. Chris@Ecom says:

    Congratulations Sarah, Ben and the rest of the Internetty crew.

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