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Cloud Gaming ISP ZYBRE Extends UK Coverage via Openreach

Friday, September 10th, 2021 (12:01 am) - Score 1,632
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Cloud gaming ISP ZYBRE, which back in July 2021 became available to homes covered by KCOM’s gigabit-capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband network in East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire, has now been extended across the rest of the UK by offering both SOGEA (standalone FTTC) and full fibre via Openreach’s network too.

Unlike other providers, ZYBRE is still aiming to set itself apart from the market by bundling in cloud video gaming and TV solutions, such as NVIDIA’s SHIELD TV Pro and GeForce NOW game streaming service. On top of that, there will also be various VoIP phone and Mobile SIM options.

NOTE: Cloud gaming enables you to play popular video games remotely, by streaming them over an internet connection to your device (computer, mobile phone etc.).

ZYBRE are also launching their “own cloud gaming platform“, which will be free to subscribers of their broadband service. ZYBRE Games will give users access to over 200 casual play games, accessible on the NVIDIA SHIELD TV Pro.

Jonny Robinson, CEO of ZYBRE, said:

“We’re really happy to be launching nationwide, our soft launch in Hull has been positive, and we’ve had our first customers go live in the last few weeks. Being able to offer full fibre in as many places as possible is key to our own growth, and our current relationships allow us to invest in providing customers access to complete entertainment rather than laying cables.

We’re always looking to add further partnerships to enhance our UK wide reach and give more customers access to ZYBRE.”

The provider states that prices for their various gaming, TV and broadband bundles start from £45.99 per month, although for those in FTTC-only areas our own checks found that they started from at least £49.99 (inc. a £49.99 activation fee) on the 55Mbps (10Mbps upload) tier. For that you seem to get unlimited usage, ZYBRE Games, a Technicolor DGA4134 router and the NVIDIA’s SHIELD TV Pro.

In addition, there are further plans to add ZYBRE TV soon to the list of included features that will allow access to live premium channels.

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By Mark Jackson
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4 Responses
  1. Peter says:

    Would be good if they offered higher speeds than 55/10 and 80/20.

    1. James says:

      I’ve checked a few places that offer both FTTP and FTTC and the highest I got was 80/20 but if I check a postcode with just FTTP I’m only getting 100/30 l

  2. Hyacinth Bouquet says:

    They don’t seem to offer anything above 100/30 Mbps on Openreach FTTP for my address despite saying they offer 1 Gig. My line supports up to 1000/220.

  3. ZYBRE says:

    Hi All,

    We’ve experienced a slight error in our API where the full product range of FTTP isn’t showing. If you can get FTTP you can get all variants.

    We hope to have this fixed soon. Please refer to our packages page for the 500mb and 900mb package options.

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