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Zzoomm’s New FTTP Broadband Network Goes Live in Tadcaster

Thursday, Jun 1st, 2023 (11:06 am) - Score 520
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Network builder and UK ISP Zzoomm has today announced that they’ve started to connect the first homes in the North Yorkshire (England) market town of Tadcaster to their new gigabit-capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband network, which follows a £1.25m investment that began last September.

The operator, which aspires to cover 1 million premises across 85 UK towns by the end of 2025 (mostly in Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Herefordshire, Yorkshire, Staffordshire, Wiltshire, West Yorkshire and Cheshire), states that the construction phase of their work in Tadcaster only began in April 2023, and they expect to complete it by June 2023.

NOTE: Zzoomm is fuelled by an equity investment of £100m from Oaktree Capital (here) and a £100m debt facility via an international banking consortium (here).

Customers who take the residential service typically pay from £29.95 per month for an unlimited 150Mbps (symmetric speed) package on a 12-month term with an included router, which goes up to just £64.95 if you want their top 2Gbps tier (or £39.95 for 900Mbps+). Most of their packages also discount the price for the first 3 months of service.


However, they will face some local competition, since Openreach has already deployed their own FTTP network across most of the town. Zzoomm’s Chief Commercial Officer, Chris Collinson, said: “Tadcaster residents and businesses are already benefitting from our investment in gigafast, future-ready Full Fibre broadband. We’re welcoming more customers to our Tadcaster network every day.”

At present it’s unclear how many local premises will be covered by the new network, although the town is home to a population of around 6,400 and an investment of £1.25m should be enough to reach almost every property.

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1 Response
  1. Avatar photo Steve says:

    Except where it isn’t (e.g Parkland Drive) Because they have gone over to PIA (Physical Infrastructure Access, I think it stands for) that just uses existing OpenReach Full Fibre. If you haven’t got that in your area that hard luck. Neither they nor OpenReach have plans (upto 2026 and maybe not even after that) to install it in this area. OpenReach say Tadcaster rollout is Complete!

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