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Voneus Name 9 Rural Buckinghamshire UK Villages for Full Fibre

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2022 (5:12 pm) - Score 1,392
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UK ISP Voneus, which is supported by investment from Macquarie Capital and harbours a “near term” plan to cover 100,000 homes in rural areas (here) with their Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband network, has today revealed 8 new villages in rural Buckinghamshire (England) that will soon benefit from their rollout.

The new rollout represents Phase Two of Voneus’ build within Buckinghamshire, with the communities of Bishopstone, Great Kimble, Hartwell, Kimblewick, Little Kimble, Lower Hartwell, Marsh, Meadle, and Stone being all set to benefit from the new full fibre infrastructure.

NOTE: Voneus already serves a number of communities within the region with FTTP, including the villages of Cuddington, Dinton, Haddenham, Nether Winchendon, Upper Winchendon, and Upton.

A total of more than 1,400 premises (homes and businesses) are set to be covered by this work, with the first build being due to begin in the “coming months“. The provider will also be hosting several community drop-in sessions in Stone, Bishopstone, and Great Kimble between 28th and 30th June to help showcase its plan.

Heather Thompson, Team Leader for Voneus’ South East, said:

“We are incredibly excited to expand our rollout of FTTP to a new range of communities in Buckinghamshire who have been long crying out for strong broadband speeds, and these drop-in sessions are a vital part of that process.

With some customers in the area already on our wireless solutions, our drop-in sessions aim to give more local people a chance to meet us and learn all about what it is we do, as well as ask any questions they may have about bringing fibre broadband into their homes and businesses.

We are committed to ensuring no one is penalised just because of where they live when it comes to broadband, and we are looking forward to helping communities in Buckinghamshire have the access to gigabit-capable broadband they deserve.”

Residential customers of the new service, once live, can expect to pay from £34.99 per month on a 24-month term for a 100Mbps (symmetric speed) package, which rises to £59.99 for their top 900Mbps tier.

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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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3 Responses
  1. DL says:

    I suppose for the Kimbles they will be using Point-to-Point Protocol…..

    That’s a pretty niche joke there for fans of both Dial-up from the 90’s and racing.

  2. Chris Owen says:

    £34.99 per month for 100 Mbps ?
    Our nearby neighbours in Farnham Common pay £22 per month for the same speed.

    1. William Grimsley says:

      It’s symmetric unlike most providers.

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