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MS3 Networks Launch UK Broadband Customer Referral Scheme

Monday, Jun 17th, 2024 (9:16 am) - Score 680

Network operator MS3, which is rolling out a 10Gbps capable open access full fibre (FTTP) broadband ISP network across 30 UK locations (mostly East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire), has today announced the launch of a customer referral programme that will offer a £50 shopping voucher to all those who make use of it.

The Asterion-backed operator currently aims to cover 535,000 UK premises by the end of 2025 and they’ve already covered 200,000 premises (171,814 Ready for Service). A big chunk of that has been happening in Hull, where the operator – based in the same city – has now seen its network rollout reach 113,000 premises passed (93,000 RFS) and local customers top 10,000. The gap between their Built and RFS figure partly reflects issues with gaining access to Multi-Dwelling Units (MDU).

NOTE: MS3 is supported by a growing list of ISPs, such as TalkTalk, Open Fibre, Squirrel Internet, MTH Networks, Hull Fibre, Octaplus, Link Broadband, Home Telecom and more.

However, in order to complement this effort, the operator has now launched a customer referral programme. The scheme will provide customers with a personalised code to share with their friends, family and colleagues. When the code is used to sign-up to one of MS3’s internet service provider (ISP) partners, both the new customer and the person who referred them will receive a £50 voucher from their choice of Amazon, Asda or Just Eat.


The programme is now available across MS3’s network areas of Hull, Scunthorpe, Grimsby, Immingham and Mexborough.

Adam Kelly, Head of Marketing at MS3 Networks, said:

“As fast and reliable internet becomes increasingly important, we don’t want people in the Hull and Humber region to sacrifice speed for affordability, especially amid cost-of-living concerns. Our referral scheme not only allows local people to switch to a quick and affordable package, but also helps them save money on food and household essentials with Asda, Amazon and Just Eat vouchers.”

The new programme also has an online dashboard that allows existing customers to see how many times their link has been used, as well as any vouchers they are due to receive.

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By Mark Jackson
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1 Response
  1. Avatar photo Mark1 says:

    This sounds like a good offer, the dashboard to show when the link has been used is a great idea.

    The figure of 10,000 customers from 93,000 RFS is better than I would have thought as KCOM are doing all they can to hang on to customers when they phone in to cancel.

    Looking forward to when I can have access to the MS3 network although they are not available in my area yet, Kcom only so far.

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