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ISP Boundless Networks Adopt CityFibre FTTP in Harrogate and Leeds

Wednesday, September 29th, 2021 (1:15 pm) - Score 1,272
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Wireless broadband ISP Boundless Networks has today become the latest provider to hop on to CityFibre’s growing national UK Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) network, which will see them sell related packages – via their Boundless Internet retail brand – to premises in and around the Harrogate, Knaresborough, Leeds and Ripon areas.

CityFibre are currently investing £46m to upgrade homes and businesses in the aforementioned locations to their new FTTP network. As a result of that, Boundless Networks hopes to connect their first customers in Harrogate, Knaresborough and Ripon during November 2021, with Leeds set to follow.

At this point it’s worth noting that Boundless Networks was only very recently acquired by wireless rival Quickline (here), which is interesting because Quickline already adopted CityFibre’s network to serve customers in Doncaster, Leeds, Huddersfield and Batley & Dewsbury (here).

Meanwhile, Quickline are also building their own FTTP network in different areas (here). The complexity of today’s market can, at times, be truly headache inducing.

Sam Hayhurst, Director of Business Development at Boundless, said:

“Access to quality broadband has never been so important, so we’re really excited to be partnering with CityFibre to bring Full Fibre-enabled services to Harrogate, Knaresborough, Leeds and Ripon.

Broadband is currently overly complicated for the consumer with hidden fees, long complex contracts and poor service. CityFibre’s Full Fibre network provides the perfect foundation to put a stop to all that; offering next generation internet access with our no contract, no hidden fees and no-nonsense service.”

This is about so much more than faster internet. It’s about choosing a provider who genuinely cares and having a connection that is futureproofed to manage the data demands of today, and tomorrow.”

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