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Cloud Gaming UK ISP ZYBRE Goes Live on MS3’s FTTP Network

Monday, May 9th, 2022 (12:56 pm) - Score 912
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Cloud gaming ISP ZYBRE has announced that their broadband packages are now available to homes covered by MS3‘s new Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) network in the North of England (details), which is starting in Hull but eventually aspires to cover 500,000 premises within the next four years.

At present you can only access their packages on Openreach’s FTTC/P based broadband network, but the addition of MS3 will obviously start to extend that. ZYBRE says they will “only offer speeds up to 1000Mbps (symmetric)” to residential customers, which will be priced at £44.99 per month on a 12-month term (a one-off connection fee applies, and a router is included).

ZYBRE has previously informed us that they also plan to go live across two additional networks in the near future, including F&W (imminent) and CityFibre (Summer).

Ricky Gamble, Co-founder at ZYBRE, said:

“It’s exciting times for ZYBRE and the partnership with MS3 certainly enables us to offer more to residents in Hull, not only by way of services but also in terms of value-for-money. As a result of MS3, customers will benefit from greater choice, improved levels of service and further development of products. Hull forms an integral part of our expansion plans across the UK and it’s important that we deliver for the residents.”

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9 Responses
  1. Phil says:

    Is Zybre another reseller of someone else’s product? They don’t show as having any peering arrangements anywhere, so not what I would class as an ISP. I’m growing tired of fancy websites promising something fantastic in performance, only for it to be a bog standard BT Wholesale, Zen Wholesale, or CityFibre Wholesale standard product.

    1. Alex A says:

      On Openreach they are Vodafone. Not sure on MS3.

  2. Ben says:

    Given they don’t appear to operate their own IP space / core network, I wonder who they’re reselling on MS3? I think it was Vodafone on Openreach’s network, but I don’t _think_ Vodafone operate on MS3?

    1. Phil says:

      @Ben, just visited MS3 website and they do wholesale their services, so I guess they are just a reseller for MS3 directly.

    2. Alex A says:

      @Phil probably, when they were on KCOM they used KCOM for backhaul for KCOM customers.

    3. Ben says:

      @Phil d’oh, I failed at Google 101… Thank you!

  3. Mike says:

    What is the point of this ISP?

    1. Peter says:

      To provide a service at the retail level just like most ISPs hah

    2. An Engineer says:

      Their over the top services. That’s where they intend to make their money.

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