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Quickline’s Full Fibre Live in 4 More Rural Lincolnshire Villages

Friday, Nov 24th, 2023 (2:17 pm) - Score 720
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Hull-based UK broadband ISP Quickline, which is rolling out their gigabit-capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) network across North East England, has just completed and gone live with homes and businesses in several more villages across Lincolnshire, including Goulceby, Martin, Timberland and Belton.

A combined total of more than 1,800 properties across the four rural villages have now been added to their coverage. Residential customers reached by their new full fibre network are typically 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.

NOTE: Quickline’s full fibre network currently covers 65,000 UK premises (Nov 2023) and rising, which is up from 10,000 at the end of 2022.

The operator, supported by funding of around £500m from Northleaf Capital Partners, has previously stated that they hold an aspiration to cover 500,000 premises in rural and semi-rural areas across North East England with “ultrafast broadband” via both FTTP and their 5G based fixed wireless technology “by 2025” (here). Some 300,000 of that figure are already being reaching by their wireless network.

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2 Responses
  1. Avatar photo Big Dave says:

    There is an interview by Richard Tang of Zen internet with Quickline’s CEO Sean Royce here:

    https://youtu.be/kRjyVZDoKH0?t=4

    Richard has done quite a few interviews with quite a few of the CEOs of the altnets (plus Openreach’s Clive Selly) which are usually quite interesting to watch. I don’t whether Richard’s intending to sign Zen up with some of these altnets although he has talked in the past about the difficulty of the expense and effort of signing up with different altnets if he can’t achieve a worthwhile customer base.

  2. Avatar photo Rob says:

    I went live today, signed up for the 900 package on the “free broadband til your out of contract” package. Got 936 down/480 upload so very happy and impressed so far. Just need to set up a decent mesh network thats compatible with the Zyxel router. Any recommendations?

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