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Zzoomm Put Full Fibre Broadband Live in Middlewich, Cheshire

Tuesday, Nov 28th, 2023 (12:33 pm) - Score 800
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UK ISP and network builder Zzoomm has today announced their new 2Gbps speed Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband network has just gone live in the Cheshire town of Middlewich. The build is said to have cost the operator £2.5m and covers 6,500 local homes and businesses.

The rollout marks an extension from Zzoomm’s existing deployments in the surrounding towns of Sandbach, Crewe, Nantwich, Congleton, and Northwich. But it should be noted that they’ll be competing against Openreach’s own gigabit-capable full fibre network in the town, which also covers most of the area.

NOTE: Zzoomm has largely focused their rollout on smaller towns in parts Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Herefordshire, North Yorkshire, Staffordshire, Wiltshire, Yorkshire and Cheshire.

Customers who take the residential service typically pay from £29.95 per month (currently discounted to £19.95) for an unlimited 150Mbps (symmetric speed) package on a 12-month term with an included router, which goes up to just £64.95 (currently discounted to £54.95) if you want their top 2Gbps tier.

Chris Collinson, Chief Commercial Officer at Zzoomm, said:

“It’s fantastic to be continuing our expansion across Cheshire, ensuring homes and businesses in Middlewich join nearby towns in receiving future-ready broadband. Get ready for fabulous Full Fibre, Middlewich!”

The operator, which is being fuelled by an equity investment of £100m from Oaktree Capital (here) and a £100m debt facility via an international banking consortium (here), has – based on the last update a few months ago – so far covered around 150,000 UK premises (Ready for Service) across 30 locations (an extra 50,000 since February 2023) and they’re also home to over 12,000 customers (up from 3,700 in 2022).

However, Zzoomm’s original aspiration of reaching 1 million premises across 85 UK towns with their full fibre network by the end of 2025 remains in doubt, not least because of the operator’s earlier move to slow their build and cut jobs (here).

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