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ISP InTouch Systems Joins CityFibre’s UK Full Fibre Network

Tuesday, September 28th, 2021 (2:57 pm) - Score 1,056
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Norfolk-based broadband ISP InTouch Systems, which also runs two fixed wireless providers – ITSwisp and WiSpire, has today become the latest internet provider to hop on to CityFibre’s growing Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) platform – starting with their networks in Lowestoft and Norwich.

At this point it’s worth remembering that InTouch Systems previously held an ambition to build their own full fibre network (here) and we understand that they’ve already deployed a small one to serve c.2,500 rural premises in the East of England, but there have been no further updates on that project for well over a year.

In the meantime, the ISP seems to be hitching their wagon – via wholesale – to CityFibre’s complementary FTTP network, which aims to cover 1 million UK premises by the end of 2021 and then 8 million are due to be “substantially completed” across 285 cities, towns and villages – c.30% of the UK – by the end of 2025 (here).

CF’s network is already being supported by various ISPs, such as Vodafone (Gigafast Broadband), TalkTalk (Future Fibre), Zen Internet, Giganet and others. But these ISPs aren’t all live or available in every CF location yet, and clearly, it’s no different for the newcomer.

James Close, Chief Operations Officer at Intouch Systems, said:

“InTouch Systems are proud and excited to become a CityFibre partner. This partnership will drive the delivery and uptake of Full Fibre technology to the businesses and residents of Lowestoft and Norwich. This relationship will enable InTouch Systems to offer customers Full Fibre digital technology connectivity to complement its wireless network and rural fibre deployment.”

At the time of writing, InTouch doesn’t appear to have any related packages on their website, but then the new networks in Lowestoft and Norwich have yet to go fully live.

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