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Quickline’s Full Fibre Live in 5 More Yorkshire and Lincolnshire Villages

Friday, Oct 6th, 2023 (10:44 am) - Score 1,392
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Hull-based UK broadband ISP Quickline, which is deploying their gigabit-capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) network to 96 rural locations (55,000 premises) across North East England, has just gone live in 5 more villages – Hunmanby and Staxton in North Yorkshire, plus Keelby, Folkingham and South Ferriby in North Lincolnshire.

The operator, fuelled by an investment of £500m from Northleaf Capital Partners, has previously stated that they hold an aspiration to cover 500,000 premises in UK rural and semi-rural areas with “ultrafast broadband” via both Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) and 5G based fixed wireless infrastructure “by 2025” (here).

The operator already claims to have covered 300,000 premises via their wireless network, while their much more recent full fibre deployment has covered 10,000 premises across over 20 rural communities (Dec 2022). But we haven’t had a solid progress update on total premises passed since the end of last year (see their deployment plan for more).

However, today’s update does at least claim that more than 6,000 households across Hunmanby, Staxton, Keelby, Folkingham and South Ferriby can now be connected to Quickline’s full fibre broadband network.

Julian Chalk, Head of Network Enablement and Engagement at Quickline, said:

“We’re delighted to continue our rollout of game-changing full fibre broadband to rural communities across North Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.

Residents and businesses in the villages of Hunmanby, Staxton, Keelby, Folkingham and South Ferriby can now enjoy the digital experience they deserve with Quickline.

These communities have been forced to endure slow, unreliable broadband for too long – but not anymore!”

Among the premises are addresses that form phase 4 of the Superfast North Yorkshire (SFNY) programme (details), a partnership between North Yorkshire Council and the authority’s technology company, Nynet, as well as Openreach and Quickline, to expand FTTP and fixed wireless coverage. This is being funded by a public investment of more than £12 million.

Residential customers covered by their new FTTP network are usually charged from £29 per month on a 24-month term for 100Mbps (50Mbps upload) speeds with free installation, and that goes up to £49 for their top 900Mbps (450Mbps upload) tier. The first 3 months of service are also free.

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4 Responses
  1. Avatar photo LincolnshireLeftOut says:

    Still nothing for Burgh le Marsh!

    1. Avatar photo From there says:

      East Lindsay will take a long time, maybe Skegness will be lucky.

    2. Avatar photo LincolnshireLeftOut says:

      Skegness already has Lightspeed, Upp and Openreach so are already lucky

  2. Avatar photo JL says:

    Utter Farce by Quickline. No connectivity in Staxton for the majority of residents, despite repeated promises of connection dates, having to stake time off work losing money, they fail to turn up to connect, and do not email text or call to explain the reasons, disgusting behaviour for them to treat potential customers like garbage. Customer services are shoddy and sales have no clue as to the status of the build. Also to make matters worse the cable laid underground by them on one street has just been dug up by Northern Electric to repair the mains, so more delays i imagine. Just hope Open Reach pull their fingers out and do a proper build out.

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