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Friday, October 15th, 2021 (10:00 am) - Score 1,368
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London-focused broadband ISP CommunityFibre, which has so far covered well over 300,000 homes (and 12,000 businesses) with their 3Gbps capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) network, has today launched a new range of packages and speeds to replace their old ones.

Previously, CommunityFibre (CF) offered a series of symmetric speed broadband packages including 50Mbps (£25 per month standard price), 150Mbps (£29.50), 400Mbps (£40), 1Gbps (£54) and 3Gbps (£99) on a 24-month term (12-month terms are also available). Optional phone and pay TV add-ons are available at extra cost (+£10 per month each on 24-month terms).

NOTE: CF expects to cover 400,000 UK premises by the end of 2021, and they hold an ambition to reach 1 million by the end of 2023.

The old packages also came coupled to a free installation (£9.95 setup on 12-month terms), a dual-band mesh WiFi router (two routers with the 1Gbps package and a WiFi 6 router from Zyxel on 3Gbps), unlimited usage and a pledge of “no mid-contract price rises“. The new packages are much the same, but they differ in their speeds and prices.

CF’s New London Full Fibre Broadband Packages

35Mbps Fibre Broadband
£18 a month for 24 months (£20 thereafter)

75Mbps Fibre Broadband
£20 a month for 24 months (£22.50 thereafter)

200Mbps Fibre Broadband
£25 a month for 24 months (£27.50 thereafter)

500Mbps Fibre Broadband
£35 a month for 24 months (£37.50 thereafter)

1Gbps Fibre Broadband
£45 a month for 24 months (£49 thereafter)

3Gbps Fibre Broadband
£89 a month for 24 months (£99 thereafter)

The new tiers are effectively a speed boost vs the old plans, albeit at no extra cost or a reduced cost. The exception would be CF’s new entry-level 35Mbps tier, which is clearly aimed at those who only need a basic but capable connection.

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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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7 Responses
  1. aaaa says:

    3 Gigabit per second

    1. Hun says:

      They do symmetric 10Gbps if that not enough for you 😉

    2. John says:

      They do indeed.
      It’s only available to business customers and costs £600 a month though.

  2. Evo says:

    Bless. I do worry that London doesn’t have enough fibre internet to go around. Maybe London would like dibs on any other resources the rest of the country has while it’s thinking about internet? Maybe we should think about making everything cheaper for london too, like we do for students.

    1. Hun says:

      @John £475 on a 36 month deal. Not that much more that a 1G EAD leased line on the same terms.

    2. Hun says:

      Move to London then. You may discover that FTTP in the capital is not as ubiquitous or universal as your preconceived notions allow. There’s huge swathes of properties that are EO and only have ADSL2 available.

    3. Istvan Kiss says:

      Stop being daft. I lived in Central London and had only a 2Mbps ADSL connection, live a bit more suburban now, good internet, poor phone signal.

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