» ISP News » 
Sponsored Links

Netomnia Target FTTP Broadband for 2 Million UK Premises by 2025

Wednesday, Mar 20th, 2024 (9:56 am) - Score 2,240

Broadband operator Netomnia (YouFibre) has revealed that their 10Gbps capable Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) network, which recently covered 850,000 UK premises (up from 730k in Nov 2023), is currently planned to reach 1.5 million premises next year. But they also hold a tentative ambition to push that up to 2 million by the end of 2025.

The company, which now also serves around 80,000 active customers via their retail broadband ISP YouFibre (up from 65k on 13th Dec 2023), had previously set a target to cover 1 million premises by “early” 2024. But the recent move to raise an additional investment of £147.5m (here) appeared to indicate that their roll-out plan was set to go beyond the existing target.

NOTE: Supported by Advencap, DigitalBridge and Soho Square, Netomnia and broadband ISP YouFibre have now raised £795.5m in just three years.

We expect to reach our target of 1 million premises passed by Q2 this year. Our new target will be to achieve 2 million premises passed by the end of 2025,” said Netomnia’s CEO, Jeremy Chelot, as part of a forthcoming interview with ISPreview that is due to be published early next month.

Customers of YouFibre typically pay from £21.99 per month for their 150Mbps package, which rises to just £29.99 for 1Gbps and £99.99 for the dizzy heights of 7-8Gbps on a 24-month term.

Share with Twitter
Share with Linkedin
Share with Facebook
Share with Reddit
Share with Pinterest
Tags: ,
By Mark Jackson
Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on X (Twitter), Mastodon, Facebook and .
Search ISP News
Search ISP Listings
Search ISP Reviews
18 Responses
  1. Avatar photo David says:

    Still looking forward to Wrexham going FULLY live!
    Some little dots on Thinkbroadband and also BIDB maps.
    Still seems a life time away!

    1. Avatar photo Green Lane Resident says:

      Green Lane, Temple Ewell CT16 please after originally saying you would do it, and cabling the road opposite.

    2. Avatar photo DBM says:

      Still hoping and praying they finish Bedford.
      Cabled it up 2 years ago, then just went dark.

    3. Avatar photo Roger Williams says:

      Wrexham isn’t any live. None of those locations are orderable. ‘Live’ is an outright lie.

    4. Avatar photo David says:

      As you sound like an Wrexham resident have you checked the Better internet dashboard website (bidb.uk)? As there are now a flurry of Postcodes with alleged YouFibre!
      So it still might go live before the Stand is built!

    5. Avatar photo Ash says:

      I had a reply from Jeremy Chelot 2 weeks ago. Saying that “2 contractors down with a new one starting soon in Wrexham”. Hopefully, it’s the final one and they complete the rollout this time.

    6. Avatar photo David says:

      GF & GL pulling out doesn’t sound good! Hopefully new one doesn’t start with a “G”!
      Wonder what is going on with the maps then, as both BIDB and Thinkbroardband have spots for service on them?
      Cheers for the Update

    7. Avatar photo Ash says:


      I got told that there are tiny areas that are live and that’s why it’s on the map as live. I think this is misleading considering it’s barely been installed anywhere in Wrexham. But that’s business I guess. Unfortunately,I wasn’t told who it was, but fingers crossed it’s someone good who will finish it this time. It does make me wonder why 2 have pulled out so far. Just hoping to see roadworks pop up soon!

      No problem, hopefully more positive updates in future 🙂

  2. Avatar photo Anonymose says:

    So Openreach, VM/nexfibre, Cityfibre and Netomnia/YF post consolidation?

    1. Avatar photo Big Dave says:

      Netomnia & CityFibre don’t seem to have much overbuild with each other (I only noticed Cheltenham & Sheffield having some). Apart from consolidation the best thing for the altnets would be to have a common wholesale platform so the services you could get weren’t a postcode lottery.

  3. Avatar photo Sonic says:

    Have they announced any new locations?

    1. Avatar photo No Name says:

      They don’t tend to announce places until they are almost ready.

      I’ve seen them installing chambers where I am but there is no rollout plan here. I’d be suprised they were installing chambers if there weren’t rolling out so its probably just not been announced yet.

      Can’t get bad press if you don’t give press.

  4. Avatar photo daz says:

    Be good if you can include Maghull in your Liverpool rollout!!!

  5. Avatar photo J Jay says:

    No biggie. Just infilling current announced towns with the debt

  6. Avatar photo Andrew Crawford says:

    I wish they do my street, literally 500 metre away the streets have been done they even put leaflets out saying coming soon last year now they say it not happening

  7. Avatar photo Ben says:

    Roll on Broadway and Mereland Road in Didcot… pleeeeaaase

  8. Avatar photo Steve says:

    Only see 8 port CBTs fitted to poles in netomnia builds so only 8 customers ready for service what about the other potentially 22 customers are they classed as homes passed even though further build is required at the pole.

    1. Avatar photo XGS says:

      Until the 8 ports are full no further build is required.

Comments are closed

Cheap BIG ISPs for 100Mbps+
Community Fibre UK ISP Logo
Gift: None
NOW £25.00
Gift: None
Virgin Media UK ISP Logo
Virgin Media £25.00
Gift: None
Vodafone UK ISP Logo
Vodafone £26.50 - 27.00
Gift: None
Plusnet UK ISP Logo
Plusnet £27.99
Gift: None
Large Availability | View All
Cheapest ISPs for 100Mbps+
Gigaclear UK ISP Logo
Gigaclear £17.00
Gift: None
Community Fibre UK ISP Logo
Gift: None
BeFibre UK ISP Logo
BeFibre £19.00
Gift: None
YouFibre UK ISP Logo
YouFibre £21.99
Gift: None
Hey! Broadband UK ISP Logo
Gift: None
Large Availability | View All
The Top 15 Category Tags
  1. FTTP (5651)
  2. BT (3549)
  3. Politics (2578)
  4. Openreach (2328)
  5. Business (2305)
  6. Building Digital UK (2263)
  7. FTTC (2055)
  8. Mobile Broadband (2017)
  9. Statistics (1816)
  10. 4G (1705)
  11. Virgin Media (1655)
  12. Ofcom Regulation (1485)
  13. Fibre Optic (1415)
  14. Wireless Internet (1410)
  15. FTTH (1382)

Copyright © 1999 to Present - ISPreview.co.uk - All Rights Reserved - Terms , Privacy and Cookie Policy , Links , Website Rules , Contact