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Voneus Extend 300Mbps Broadband to Buckinghamshire Villages

Monday, September 27th, 2021 (12:44 pm) - Score 912
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Rural UK ISP Voneus, which is backed by Macquarie Capital and busy deploying its own fixed wireless (FWA) and full fibre (FTTP) networks, is currently linking a number of new villages up to their FTTP broadband network in Buckinghamshire – including Dinton, Nether Winchendon, Upper Winchendon, Cuddington and Haddenham.

The move appears to have been welcomed by residents in the aforementioned villages, particularly Dinton, where one of Google’s employees – Henry Eccles – had previously been told that it would cost him £11,000 to access Openreach’s (BT) full fibre connection as he was situated just 65 metres outside their network upgrade area.

However, Voneus had already been rolling out across the area and managed to deploy an interim wireless connection, before later joining Henry – and the rest of his village – up with their full fibre network at no additional cost. Local homes and businesses can now access “ultrafast broadband” speeds of up to 300Mbps, which compares with less than 1Mbps (via copper lines) before the upgrade.

The provider currently holds a “near term” target to connect 100,000 rural UK homes to their Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) network (here).

Jon Chantal, Head of Fibre at Voneus, said:

“We’re really pleased to have been able to connect up Henry and his family.

Voneus’ business model is to take left-behind rural communities on a journey from no real broadband provision to gigabit-capable connectivity, offering the same level of connection that urban areas, and Henry’s colleagues, enjoy.

We hope the residents of Nether Winchendon, Upper Winchendon, Cuddington, Dinton and Haddenham see the value in having access to ultrafast broadband.”

Now, if Voneus could just find a way to put the details of their FTTP broadband packages and prices on their website, like most other ISPs, then that would be most helpful. At present even their availability checker just tells users to give them a call, rather than display any useful information. Likewise, the link to their ‘terms of use‘ on the checker output is currently broken (the page gives a 404 error – doesn’t exist).

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