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ISP Home Telecom Joins F&W Networks UK FTTP Broadband Network UPDATE

Tuesday, Jun 13th, 2023 (3:11 pm) - Score 1,176
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Broadband ISP Home Telecom has signed a new partnership that will enable them to harness F&W Networks‘ new gigabit-capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) network, which already covers 335,000 premises across the UK (not all are Ready for Service) and aims to reach 1 million premises by 2025.

FWN is currently busy building their “full fibre” network across parts of several counties in England, including West Sussex (Horsham and Southwater), Oxfordshire, Greater London, Buckinghamshire (Gerrards Cross, Chalfont Saint Peter, High Wycombe and Beaconsfield), Hertfordshire (Hemel Hempstead), Hampshire, West Berkshire and Surrey (Godalming) etc.

NOTE: F&W Networks (Fibre and Wireless) has received tens of millions in investment from Maestro Capital and Foresight Group LLP.

Several UK ISPs already offer services to homes and business over the new network, such as Hey! Broadband, Octaplus and more. But they’ve today been joined by Home Telecom, which is part of the wider Telecom Acquisitions Ltd group (TalkTalk took a controlling stake in this company last year).

Home Telecom’s CEO, Nigel Barnett, said:

“We are delighted to be working on this exciting opportunity with F&W Networks, bringing the Home Telecom brand with its exceptional customer services to yet more homes.”

We did test a couple of known F&W postcodes out on Home Telecom’s website, but at the time of writing they were still only returning Openreach based FTTC or FTTP packages. Sadly, the announcement doesn’t state how much they’ll be charging for related packages on the F&W platform.

UPDATE 14th June 2023 @ 5:12pm

We’ve been informed that, at present, only the 1Gbps package for FWN is showing on the Home Telecom website. But we understand that additional products and price points will be launched in the next few weeks.

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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 X (Twitter), Mastodon, Facebook and .
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  1. Avatar photo GG says:

    Cool. F&W building like fury in my town near Hemel. They appear to be using existing ducting, Openreach as a guess.

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