Home
 » ISP News » 
Sponsored Links

Freedom Fibre Secures Fifth ISO Certification in ISO9001

Monday, Apr 15th, 2024 (1:16 pm) - Score 480
Freedom Fibre Female Engineer with Tablet

Equitix-backed network operator Freedom Fibre, which has already deployed their full fibre (FTTP) broadband ISP network to cover 300,000 UK premises and aspires to cover 2 million premises, has today announced that they’ve secured their fifth ISO certification with ISO9001 for quality management standards.

For those who many not know, ISO certifications are somewhat of a seal of approval from a third-party body, which represents a series of global standards developed and published by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO). The idea is that by securing these companies can show that they’re safe, reliable and of good quality for particular tasks, features, management and / or services etc.

NOTE: Freedom Fibre was originally backed by £111m from Equitix and has been working to cover parts of Cheshire, Greater Manchester and Shropshire in England and North Wales. TalkTalk is one of their key ISP partners, but they also sell via the Fusion Fibre Group, Squirrel Internet and LINK Broadband.

Until today, Freedom Fibre had already secured ISO certifications for occupational health and safety (ISO45001), environmental management (ISO14001), information security management (ISO27001) and business continuity management (ISO22301). The addition of quality management (ISO9001) gives them five ISO standards, which is more than the vast majority of alternative broadband networks in the UK have been able to attain.

The provider has been working to secure most of the above over the past two years or more as part of their ‘Freedom to Grow‘ project, which the provider believes helps to highlight their “growth, commitment to excellence, and goal to be one of the UK’s key players in the Altnet market.”

Rick Byers, FF’s Chief Risk Officer, said:

“I am pleased to announce the achievement of our ISO9001 certification after many months of hard work in enhancing our business processes. Our goal was always to focus on organising and optimising our processes in line with our business goals, and (if we did that correctly) the ISO9001 certification would be a positive by-product, so it is great to see that our work has met this standard.

Not only does ISO9001 show that we maintain quality at the root of our work, but it also gives us the ecosystem to ensure we maintain this level of quality in the future. This has a massive positive impact on our customers, our investors and the Freedom Fibre team.”

The Quality Management Systems ISO 9001 standard is generally designed to help company’s improve customer satisfaction levels, internal efficiency and process consistency.

Share with Twitter
Share with Linkedin
Share with Facebook
Share with Reddit
Share with Pinterest
Mark-Jackson
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

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Comment moderation is enabled. Your comment may take some time to appear.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

NOTE: Your comment may not appear instantly (it may take several hours) due to static caching or random moderation checks by the anti-spam system.
Javascript must be enabled to post (most browsers do this automatically)

Privacy Notice: Please note that news comments are anonymous, which means that we do NOT require you to enter any real personal details to post a message. By clicking to submit a post you agree to storing your comment content, display name, IP, email and / or website details in our database, for as long as the post remains live.

Only the submitted name and comment will be displayed in public, while the rest will be kept private (we will never share this outside of ISPreview, regardless of whether the data is real or fake). This comment system uses submitted IP, email and website address data to spot abuse and spammers. All data is transferred via an encrypted (https secure) session.

NOTE 1: Sometimes your comment might not appear immediately due to site cache (this is cleared every few hours) or it may be caught by automated moderation / anti-spam.

NOTE 2: Comments that break our rules, spam, troll or post via known fake IP/proxy servers may be blocked or removed.
Cheap BIG ISPs for 100Mbps+
Community Fibre UK ISP Logo
150Mbps
Gift: None
Virgin Media UK ISP Logo
Virgin Media £26.00
132Mbps
Gift: None
Shell Energy UK ISP Logo
Shell Energy £26.99
109Mbps
Gift: None
Plusnet UK ISP Logo
Plusnet £27.99
145Mbps
Gift: None
Zen Internet UK ISP Logo
Zen Internet £28.00 - 35.00
100Mbps
Gift: None
Large Availability | View All
Cheapest ISPs for 100Mbps+
Gigaclear UK ISP Logo
Gigaclear £17.00
200Mbps
Gift: None
Community Fibre UK ISP Logo
150Mbps
Gift: None
YouFibre UK ISP Logo
YouFibre £19.99
150Mbps
Gift: None
BeFibre UK ISP Logo
BeFibre £21.00
150Mbps
Gift: £25 Love2Shop Card
Hey! Broadband UK ISP Logo
150Mbps
Gift: None
Large Availability | View All
The Top 15 Category Tags
  1. FTTP (5589)
  2. BT (3536)
  3. Politics (2557)
  4. Openreach (2315)
  5. Business (2289)
  6. Building Digital UK (2255)
  7. FTTC (2050)
  8. Mobile Broadband (1997)
  9. Statistics (1804)
  10. 4G (1685)
  11. Virgin Media (1642)
  12. Ofcom Regulation (1477)
  13. Fibre Optic (1409)
  14. Wireless Internet (1403)
  15. FTTH (1382)
Promotion
Sponsored

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