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MS3 Expands FTTP Broadband Build to 3 Lincolnshire Towns

Thursday, May 12th, 2022 (10:31 am) - Score 264
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Hessle-based network provider MS3, which is backed by infrastructure fund Asterion and is working to deploy a new 10Gbps capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband ISP network in the North of England (here), has added the three Lincolnshire towns of Scunthorpe, Grimsby and Cleethorpes to their build plan.

So far much of MS3’s early XGS-PON fibre build, which aims to cover 500,000 UK premises within the next 4 years (around 2026), has focused on parts of Hull – where they already have an established fibre network. But they’ve today added 95,000 properties in the Lincolnshire towns of Scunthorpe, Cleethorpes and Grimsby to their plan and work is already said to be underway.

The first properties are projected to go live in the towns in August 2022 with households initially able to access symmetric speeds of up to 1Gbps. As MS3 is an open access wholesale-only provider, the service will be supplied to consumers via multiple ISPs (e.g. Pure Broadband, ZYBRE, Hull Fibre etc.).

Sam Hales, Sales & Marketing Director at MS3 Networks, said:

“We are extremely excited to be rolling out our ultrafast fibre network in Scunthorpe, Grimsby and Cleethorpes, the first cluster of many towns outside of Hull that we will build to across the North of England as we build out our network.

We firmly believe that our full fibre network will bring significant benefits to the local economy and are confident that our ultrafast services will support residents in many aspects of their lives including work, education and socially.”

As usual these days, MS3 won’t be the only gigabit-capable broadband network playing in the new towns, with operators such as Openreach, ITS Technology and Grain having recently announced FTTP deployments of their own in some of the same locations.

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2 Responses
  1. N says:

    How many have homes has ms3 built to so far?

  2. Steve says:

    Great news, in the area Grain are building but due to how they don’t allow router settings to be changed by end users other than making a phone call to them, plus their network is cgnat, the area needs a proper unrestricted network. I don’t have an issue with cgnat for ipv4 if a network also supports ipv6 but Grain doesn’t so the competition has to take up the mantle. It would be nice to know how far out the build is in neighbouring villages as there are areas around all these locations stuck on ADSL without even fttc.

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