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Telecom Acquisitions ISPs Gain Access to MS3’s UK Fibre Network

Wednesday, Sep 6th, 2023 (11:25 am) - Score 1,688
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Network operator MS3, which is deploying a 10Gbps capable full fibre (FTTP) broadband ISP network to cover 535,000 premises across the North of England by the end of 2025 (here), has today announced that several ISPs managed under the central Telecom Acquisitions (TAL) group have gained access to their network.

The Horsham-based Telecom Acquisitions is a holding company for some familiar consumer ISP brands, including Home Telecom, Fleur and Eclipse Telecom. Last year also saw broadband ISP TalkTalk sign a “strategic partnership” with the group (i.e. they took a controlling stake in the business), which was intended to help with growth (here).

NOTE: MS3 – backed by investment from Asterion – is building across parts of Lincolnshire and Yorkshire. Some 100,000 premises have already been covered (not all RFS).

The new deal means that MS3 has managed to secure the support of 30 ISPs for its network, which isn’t too shabby given their currently quite limited coverage.

Sam Hales, MS3 Sales and Marketing Director, said:

“Welcoming Home Telecom to our network marks another important move for us. Our ISP partner network has grown substantially in 2023 and each partner brings its own unique set of benefits. Working with Home Telecom means we can offer people in Hull services they’ve previously been unable to access, while providing them even better choice in broadband supplier.”

Nigel Barnett, CEO of Telecom Acquisitions, said:

“Onboarding yet another supplier is testimony to the excellent service we offer our customers, and now we can offer the fastest and most reliable broadband on the market, futureproofing services for our customers, wrapped up in our Trustpilot rated ‘Excellent’ service — it’s a real win for the consumer.”

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  1. Avatar photo ash says:

    I’m waiting for ms3 to go live on my street. Original live date for orders with isps was expected to be mid August but it’s been pushed back due to unforseen problems. As much as I can’t wait to get away from vm and it’s terrible upload ratios maybe the delay it’s a blessing as some more known ISPs might show up now. I’d set on squirrel but tbf I’d rather go with a more known isp if possible

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