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Yayzi Prep UK Mobile Plans and MultiGig Broadband on MS3 and Freedom Fibre

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2024 (12:01 am) - Score 1,560
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Internet provider Yayzi Broadband are preparing to make some big changes over the coming months, firstly by launching a Mobile (SIM) service and, secondly, by expanding the availability of their MultiGig (up to 2.3Gbps) broadband packages on CityFibre’s network to also work across alternative networks from MS3 and Freedom Fibre.

In terms of Yayzi’s plans for a SIM Only mobile service, the front page of their website merely states “Yayzi Mobile Launching 2024!” and doesn’t add anything further. But the provider has since informed ISPreview that their plan is to use Three UK’s national network, while the official launch is being prepared for around the July to August period this year.

As for Yayzi’s “Pro” MultiGig broadband plans. The provider has been offering speeds of 1.2Gbps (£39 per month on an 18-month term) and 2Gbps – 2.3Gbps (£50 per month) via CityFibre’s national network for several months now, which all include a Static IP address, router and require you to pay a one-off £99 setup fee.

However, one of our readers (Blake) recently spotted that the provider is now planning to make such speeds available across other full fibre networks too, starting with those covered by MS3 and Freedom Fibre. Yayzi has additionally informed ISPreview that the pricing for these “will be the same as the CityFibre offering” (as above) and they expect to make the new packages available within the next 2-3 months.

Equitix-backed Freedom Fibre currently covers 300,000 premises in England and Wales with their Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) network, while Asterion-backed MS3 currently aims to reach 535,000 UK premises by the end of 2025 and has so far (4th Jan 2024) covered 174,261 homes (142,538 RFS) – mostly in the East Yorkshire and Hull area.

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3 Responses
  1. Avatar photo Kirk says:

    Since Freedom Fibre have merged with VX Fiber, does this imply Yayzi will become available on the areas currently served by Lila Connect?

    I like the sound of an altnet around these parts that finally offer both a static IPv4 and optional v6 allocation.

    1. Mark-Jackson Mark Jackson says:

      Yes it does, although if a postcode check doesn’t return the desired result then it’s always worth asking, since there can sometimes be a legacy of issues with pending network integration work or exclusivity agreements that may create short-term obstacles to availability. The ISP itself also needs to be able to support the area.

  2. Avatar photo Mark1 says:

    I am seeing sponsored posts on facebook saying that Yayzi is now available in my area, I was hopeful but unfortunately not yet in my area in a HU17 postcode.
    Does look good, I will sign up for the fastest package as soon as this is available.
    https://yayzi.co.uk/ms3/

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